Nation Music Corridor of Fame opens new Florida Georgia Line exhibit | Information

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – The Nation Music Corridor of Fame and Museum opened its latest exhibition Tuesday referred to as Florida Georgia Line: Combine It Up Sturdy. It explores the music and profession of Florida Georgia Line.

The duo is comprised of Tyler Hubbard from Georgia and Brian Kelley from Florida. This newest exhibit traces their friendship and collaboration, from their assembly in school to their swift emergence as a multiple-award-winning, genre-blending, fan-favorite. 

As a part of the opening of the exhibit, the duo mentioned their profession and shared private tales and recollections related to the artifacts included within the exhibition. There was additionally a efficiency that includes Hubbard and Kelley within the museum’s CMA Theater. 

The efficiency and dialog had been filmed and can premiere on March 1 as a part of the museum’s Reside on the Corridor digital applications collection. The collection is accessible to stream on the museum’s YouTube channel, Fb web page, and web site.

Florida Georgia Line: Combine It Up Sturdy exhibit will stay open by Jan. 1, 2023. Objects featured within the exhibit embody devices, awards, stage and display costumes, and private artifacts. 

Florida Georgia Line first broke into the nation music charts in 2012 with their first single and record-breaking #1 “Cruise.” The remix of the music featured Nelly and hit #4 on Billboard’s all-genre Sizzling 100 chart.

For extra on the exhibit and the objects featured, click on right here.

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