The Nation Music Corridor of Fame will unveil its newest exhibit: Florida Georgia Line: Combine It Up Robust, set to open in 2022. The exhibit chronicles the journey of Florida Georgia Line – comprised of  Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley — from assembly as college students at an on-campus worship service at Belmont College in 2008, to turning into one of many largest acts in nation music historical past.

Among the many objects included within the exhibit are childhood memorabilia together with the saxophone and guitar Tyler performed as little one, and the cap Brian wore whereas enjoying on his highschool baseball workforce.  Accomplishments from their profession embrace the guitar Brian used when writing FGL’s RIAA Diamond-certified hit, “Cruise,” plus outfits worn of their music movies and extra. Tyler stated in a press release:  “To be chosen for an exhibit is the final word honor as an artist, and we will’t thank the Nation Music Corridor of Fame and Museum sufficient. I can’t look forward to opening day, after we can stand again and take on this blessing with everybody that’s supported us alongside the way in which.”  Brian added:  “We’re each dreamers and at all times striving to go massive. To have the Nation Music Corridor of Fame and Museum now function our wild experience is surreal and humbling. I couldn’t be extra enthusiastic about this exhibit and to have the ability to relive every step of our journey. Right here’s to the great occasions!”

The Florida Georgia Line: Combine It Up Robust exhibit opens on January 21. FGL may also sit down on the Nation Music Corridor of Fame for an interview and efficiency on February 6.

Nation Music Corridor Of Fame And Museum To Unveil New Florida Georgia Line Exhibit

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