A lasting impression.
Friday, Sept. 25 –
Brian Kelley, from Florida, and Tyler Hubbard, from Georgia, came together in Nashville as Florida Georgia Line in 2010. Since, the country duo has garnered attention for its talent, winning myriad awards in its five short years in the industry, including Academy of Country Music, CMT Music, CMA, American Music and Billboard Music awards. Just earlier this month, Kelley and Hubbard were featured in Rolling Stone. Hubbard said, “We’ve been having a great year. The fans have blown our minds and really showed up to party every night.” But it’s easy to party with these good-looking Southern boys, especially at their concerts that combine hits “Cruise,” “This Is How We Roll” and “Florida Georgia Line” with high-energy presence on stage. “They’ve also found a way to stand out,” Chris Parton wrote in the Rolling Stone article. “There’s a covers medley of hits by Meghan Trainor, Dr. Dre and Eminem, Wiz Khalifa, Bruno Mars and Garth Brooks, hover boards for getting around, a trampoline built into the floor and a truly one-of-a-kind addition to any country concert – a professional magician named Justin Flom.” Continuing its cross-country tour, Anything Goes, the perfect name for the kind of shenanigans and surprises the two have shown up with at past tour stops, Florida Georgia Line will make an appearance at Tulsa’s BOK Center on Friday, Sept. 25. The show kicks off at 7:30 p.m. with special guests Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard. For more information, visit www.bokcenter.com.