Florida Georgia Line has skyrocketed since releasing consecutive, multi-week #1 smashes in the US and Canada with the GOLD-certified "Round Here," PLATINUM-certified "Get Your Shine On" and 6X PLATINUM "Cruise." Breaking the record for longest #1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs Chart, "Cruise" has sold over 6.3 million downloads in the US alone and is the second best-selling Country single ever, according to SoundScan.
FGL is the only artist in history to join Brooks & Dunn in having their first three singles hit #1 for multiple weeks each. Poised to follow in the success, FGL's new emotionally-fueled Top 5-and-rising single, "Stay," showcases another side of their unique sound and tight harmonies.
Comprised of Tyler Hubbard (Monroe, Georgia) and Brian Kelley (Ormond Beach, Florida), FGL is currently on tour with Jason Aldean. FGL has appeared on Chelsea Lately, Good Morning America, Conan, TODAY, The Voice, The Tonight with Jay Leno, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, LIVE with Kelly & Michael, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and FOX & Friends as well as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
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With his seventh album, FUSE, Keith Urban takes some bold strides, pursuing new sounds and new approaches that will surprise even his most devoted fans. This fearless experimentation is evident just from looking at the album's credits, which reveal a list of acclaimed producers and writers who are new collaborators for Urban, including such diverse hitmakers as Butch Walker, Mike Elizondo, Jay Joyce, and Stargate.
"This album started with me wanting to work with people I hadn't worked with before," says the multi-platinum singer/songwriter. "I wanted to start in completely uncharted waters. I didn't set out for there to be eight different producers - I thought I would find one or two guys and then we'd go make the whole album. But I loved how everybody brought out something different in me, and I wanted to see how much was in there to come out."
FUSE has already generated two No. one country singles, "Little Bit Of Everything" and "We Were Us". The third single, "Cop Car", is already racing up the country music charts. Urban has been touring steadily for the last year and a half, and these concerts have garnered some of the best reviews of his long and impressive career. He continues to serve as one of three celebrity judges on TV's smash hit "American Idol".
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Seven albums into one of country music's most-respected and most-unpredictable careers, award-winning singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley continues to grow. His latest evolution comes in the form of RISER, a project released this February that stands as his most personal to date.
Written and recorded in the year following his father's death, the album draws its title from "I'm A Riser," a song about resilience and determination. "I'm A Riser" works as a commentary on spiritual, personal and societal recommitment, but it also applies to the competitive battlefield of the music industry. It's particularly appropriate for an album about rejuvenation delivered by Bentley.
Since making a life-altering drive with his father from Phoenix to Nashville when he was 19 years old, Bentley has forged his own path in an industry built predominantly on formula. He has mixed elements of modern country, classic country, bluegrass and rock, maintaining an unmistakable identity while constantly reinventing his sound. His album Home debuted at No. 1 and spawned three consecutive chart-topping hits, marking 10 career No. 1 songs for Bentley as a singer and songwriter. His five previous studio albums have sold more than five million copies, garnered 11 GRAMMY nominations and earned him an invitation to join the Grand Ole Opry.
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