Florida Georgia Line Dig Their Roots Deeper In Nashville With New Venture

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Florida Georgia Line is expanding on their brand by adding to their recently launched FGL House, a restaurant/music venue located in downtown Nashville and their own band of spirit, Old Camp Peach Pecan Whiskey.

The duo is going one step further by announcing plans to open a combination of retail, creative and business space, in Nashville, to add to their already existing ventures.

The new space, which will be located on 21st Avenue in Nashville’s Hillsboro Village, will include three main elements: the Tribe Kelley Trading post—the home base for Brian’s wife, Brittney’s clothing brand; the world headquarters of Tree Vibez Music—the duo’s publishing company and a new concept, Meet + Greet—a meeting/event space concept for business collaboration.

“We’re so excited to build and create a space for professionals to feel inspired and creative,” said Tyler about the new venture. “We hope to bring something new and innovative to Nashville.”

“Passionate people inspire other passionate people. We thrive on letting our imaginations run wild and can’t wait to see what this city dreams up together,” adds Brian.

The boys are certainly living true to the words of their single, “Dig Your Roots.” “You gotta dig your roots / ‘For the sun comes down / Show some love back to your hometown / Fall in love, plant some seeds / Carve some names in the family tree / Raise your kids, love your wife / Put God first, just to live your life.”

FGL is living their life in Nashville and currently in the studio working on their fourth album. Brian and Tyler just released their latest single “Meant to Be”—a collaboration with pop star Bebe Rexha.

Photo Credit: Delaney Royer

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