Exclusive: Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley only has eyes for his girlfriend

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Update:  If you're curious just who Brian is dating, you can find out the answer to that question here.

Florida Georgia Line has had a massive year of success off the mainstream appeal of "Cruise," a hip-hop fused track with a remix starring rapper Nelly. As the lead single from their major label debut "Here's To The Good Times," the duo (comprised of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard) is breaking down the boundaries that separate country music from pop.

During last week's CMA Awards event in New York City, Brian and Tyler (alongside Sheryl Crow) announced the nominees for this year's 47th Annual CMA Awards, set for Nov. 6. Scoring four nods themselves, this hip-hop-country duo is certainly blazing a trail, which has not gone unnoticed by the voters.

NashvilleGab had the chance to catch up with the duo at the event, which took place at the Best Buy Theatre in Times Square. The brief encounter gave us a chance to get to the heart of it all (and something every woman is dying to know): What kind of girl makes them want to "Cruise"?


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Old Crow Medicine Show Inducted Into Grand Ole Opry

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Popular modern-day string band Old Crow Medicine Show was formally inducted into the Grand Ole Opry this evening by Opry members Dierks Bentley and Marty Stuart. Among the award-winning group's first performances in Nashville were on the sidewalks outside the Opry House in Summer 2000, playing for fans entering and exiting Opry performances. The band graduated to the Opry stage for its official Opry debut on Jan. 13, 2001, quickly became a fan favorite during dozens of Opry performances since, and was invited by Stuart to join the Opry on Aug. 16 in Cleveland, Ohio.

Just before show time, the band reprised its Opry Plaza performances from more than a dozen years ago, walking outside the Opry House and playing tunes including "Brave Boys" and "Hesitation Blues" for surprised fans waiting outside for the evening's Opry show. 


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