Florida Georgia Line will have the chance to hang out with several thousand fans during CMA Music Festival June 6-9 in Nashville. More than anything, they want their fans to know how much they appreciate them.
“We’ve both had jobs where a dollar goes a long way,” Tyler Hubbard said. “We might have been making eight or nine bucks an hour doing some really bad job we hated. It’s cool to have fans spend money on a ticket or spend money on a CD or buy a t-shirt when you know fifteen bucks could be two meals. It just goes to show how passionate our fans are and how much they believe in us and support goes such a long way. We never take that for granted.”
The duo is enjoying recognizing fans in the audience who are back for more. “All the familiar faces that we’re seeing, they know that we’re gonna give 110% and they know it’s gonna be a good time,” Brian Kelley said. “So we’re never gonna take that for granted; people spending money to see us ‘cause that’s just… It’s a really cool thing.”
Florida Georgia Line recently released their new single, “’Round Here,” to country radio.