Brian Kelley Florida Georgia Line OOR

Brian Kelley Florida Georgia Line OOR

Brian Kelley Florida Georgia Line

Florida Georgia Line is an amazing band that has found success in the radio charts, charts, and even the charts. They have a new song on the charts called "Dirt" that's currently at number 1. They have a new album, good business sense and all around great musicians. So what is the secret to Florida Georgia Line's success and what does their success have to do with content marketing?



Brian Kelley: Most of the people I get to mentor I’ve met through Nashville and industry connections. While that’s awesome, Protégé allows me the ability to meet and connect with people from literally anywhere in the world. Not everyone has the funds to move to Nashville, and even if they’re here, not everyone always has the connections to people or studios to get ahead here. Protégé allows the floodgates to open as far as me having the ability to say to artists, “hey, show me what you’ve got, and tell me your story.”

In the last decade, alongside Tyler Hubbard, Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley has achieved 19 number-one singles on country radio, plus won Academy of Country Music, Billboard, CMT, Country Music Association, iHeartRadio, and Teen Choice Awards. Undeterred, he remains busy these days, noting that having a run of projects on his calendar outside of just recording music is “fairly typical” at this point in his career. Among those projects, he is hosting an online campaign, via the Protégé app to open a submission portal for artists to create and submit a 60-second demo to become his next protégé. The app describes itself as a platform that allows anyone in the world to apply to the top experts in every field. “Our mission to make access to dream career opportunities more meritocratic,” they note. “Life is as short as it is fun, plus I have an entrepreneurial spirit and I love to try new things,” Kelley says. “Protégé is just another chapter in the story of my career.” In this interview, Kelley offers passionate thoughts about developing new stars, but for the keys to beginning the process of establishing his creative legacy. (Source: www.cmt.com)



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