Florida georgia line new album
- Florida Georgia Line Debuts 'Can't Say I Ain't Country' at Release Party
- Florida Georgia Line Ready New Album ‘Can’t Say I Ain’t Country’
- Album Review: Florida Georgia Line’s ‘Can’t Say I Ain’t Country’
Florida Georgia Line Debuts 'Can't Say I Ain't Country' at Release Party
“There should be a whiplash warning on Florida Georgia Line's new Can't Say I Ain't Country album. Between the guest artists, sonic variances.and 2000 gmc sierra 1500 sl
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Florida Georgia Line celebrated the release of their brand new album, Can't Say I Ain't Country , during an intimate show in New York City where they performed some of their new songs live for the first time. See what they had to say about their new album below:. Tyler: "That's just a fun song that we wrote a while back and as we were recording it in the studio, having a lot of fun with it, we said, 'Man. This kind of encompasses this whole [album]. It's a little more [of a] country feel, and got some more country traditional elements in it. We just wanted to use that title and make some people talk, and also just kind of sell it out that way.
In fact, the first half of the album is almost a little too country. Hubbard and Kelley primarily follow trends of contemporary country music in the first half of the album, before settling into their more unique wheelhouse. Additionally, the inclusion of a few comedy skits to set up songs adds some personality to this album. Read Now. This was the highlight on the first half of the album for me. For this reason, it is one of my favorite songs on the album.
Trigger News 96 Comments. This has left only bread crumbs for the once high-flying Florida Georgia Line, who just a few short years ago were the biggest thing in all of country music. The album opened with sales of only 29, in physical and digital copies, which is horrific for a top flight major label country act. To put that into perspective, that is 24, less albums than the year-old John Prine debuted with his recently independently-released album Tree of Forgiveness , and 22, less than Jason Isbell sold with his last album The Nashville Sound without the help of a ticket bundle. With streaming equivalents, Carrie Underwood still debuted with percent more in sales. Yeah, not so much.
First, there was Here's to the Good Times. Next, Anything Goes. After that, Dig Your Roots. On Dec. You can call somebody a lot of different names and have a lot of different opinions, but at the end of the day, when it comes to me and Tyler, you can't say we ain't country," Kelley says of the album's title.
Their debut single " Cruise " broke two major sales records: it was downloaded over seven million times, making it the first country song ever to receive the Diamond certification, and it became the best-selling digital country song of all time, with 24 weeks at number one, until it was surpassed in July by Sam Hunt 's " Body Like a Back Road ". Florida Georgia Line was formed in in Nashville, Tennessee  and began as a cover band. In December , they signed to the Big Loud Mountain label. Both members of Florida Georgia Line first gained interest in music through church worship services. Brian Kelley, from Ormond Beach, Florida , was a star pitcher on his high school baseball team, leading to a scholarship at Florida State University ; he later transferred to Belmont University after it became clear to him he would not succeed in the sport. The two had a myriad of musical interests growing up: "Me and my friends drove trucks, listened to Garth Brooks , Alabama , Lil Wayne and Eminem ," said Kelley. The duo met at Belmont University in through a campus worship group, and following graduation, decided to give themselves two years to succeed as a country duo.
Florida Georgia Line Ready New Album ‘Can’t Say I Ain’t Country’
Album Review: Florida Georgia Line’s ‘Can’t Say I Ain’t Country’