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Florida Georgia Line has a long-term touring deal with the promoter Live Nation, which has declared plans to require proof of vaccination or a recent negative test for all of its owned-and-operated venues in the U.S. starting in early October, and is encouraging venues where it promotes shows to do the same. Climate Pledge Arena has an even more restrictive rule, requiring vaccine proof of all attendees. Whether the vast majority of country fans will go along with the new rules remains an open question, and one that won’t have FGL or Brooks dates as a testing ground.
In a few short years, Florida Georgia Line have become one of the biggest success stories in contemporary country music. The duo of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley met through a campus worship group at Belmont University in 2008, and partnered up together in 2010. They digitally self-released their first EP, 'Anything Like Me,' that year and caught the attention of Nickelback producer Joey Moi, who produced their second EP, 'It'z Just What We Do,' for Big Loud Mountain Records. That led to a deal with Big Machine Label Group later that year, and FGL released their full-length debut, 'Here's to the Good Times,' in December of 2012. The album was an instant smash, launching multiple No. 1 hits including 'Get Your Shine On,' 'Stay' and 'Round Here.' The album's lead single, 'Cruise,' became a crossover smash, breaking chart records that had previously stood for decades, and the duo were launched into virtually overnight superstardom. They released their much-anticipated second album, 'Anything Goes,' in October of 2014. Its first single, 'Dirt,' showed a new maturity, while the second single, 'Sun Daze,' was more in keeping with the party-hearty ethos that built FGL's success. (Source:tasteofcountry.com)