Kelly & Michael: Florida Georgia Line “Get Your Shine On” Performance

Live! With Kelly & Michael: Florida Georgia Line

You may not have heard of Florida Georgia Line just yet, but you’re about to. The relatively new country band made their Live! with Kelly & Michael debut and performed their latest hit for Michael Strahan, guest co-host Vanessa Williams and the audience. Here’s more on this popular country buzz band currently making big waves in the world of country music.

Florida Georgia Line: Debut Album Here’s To the Good Times 

Kelly & Michael: Florida Georgia Line "Get Your Shine On" Performance

Country band Florida Georgia Line performed their latest hit “Get Your Shine On” for the Live! with Kelly & Michael audience.

Florida Georgia Line is a country music duo composed of Tyler Hubbard (from Georgia) and Brian Kelley (from Florida). The two met through mutual friends while attending university in Nashville, Tennessee, the mecca of country music. Eventually, Tyler and Brian decided to form their own country band.

Florida Georgia Line’s debut album, Here’s to the Good Times, was recently released in December 2012. The album’s first single, “Cruise,” hit number one on the U.S. Country charts. The band’s next single is “Get Your Shine On.”

Florida Georgia Line: “Get Your Shine On” Performance

Florida Georgia Line performed “Get Your Shine On” for the audience. Tyler and Brian both play guitar and were joined by a full backing band. “Get Your Shine On” is a summery, upbeat country party song.

To cement their status as an exciting new talent, Florida Georgia Line is nominated at the upcoming Academy of Country Music Awards. The awards will be hosted by Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan, and will feature some of the biggest and brightest stars of country music. Root for Florida Georgia Line by tuning in on April 7 2013 at 8 p.m. on CBS.

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