Florida Georgia Line on 2013: “It All Runs Together”

Duo reflects on a whirlwind year.

Brian Kelley (left) and Tyler Hubbard
photo by ABC/Richard Harbaugh

When Florida Georgia Line won Single of the Year and Vocal Duo of the Year at November’s CMA Awards, there was no decadent afterparty, no huge celebration that evening. FGL, you see, had to get back on the road, en route to another gig.

“We had bus call that night, so we left to go play a show,” Tyler Hubbard told Country Weekly prior to a stop in Philadelphia on their headlining Here’s to the Good Times Tour, a few days after the CMAs. “We celebrated on the bus a little bit, but it felt like the next three nights of shows were a big celebration every night. It was cool.”

“It’s been an amazing year and we’re working our butts off,” added Tyler’s FGL mate, Brian Kelley. “To play that many shows, and see that many people, and meet so many people, and living it up, it’s been incredible. We’re definitely going to have to take some time to look back through pictures and talk about it, because it’s been a hell of a ride.”

A bit of a blur, guys?

Confirmed Tyler, “It all runs together!”

For more of our on-the-bus chat with FGL, pick up the Jan. 13 issue of Country Weekly, on stands now.

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