The Country Music Hall of Fame will unveil its latest exhibition: Florida Georgia Line: Mix It Strong, is scheduled to open in 2022. The exhibit chronicles the journey of the Florida Georgia Line – comprised of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley – from meeting as students during a worship service on campus at the University of Belmont in 2008, to become one of the country’s greatest acts in music history.
Among the items included in the exhibit are childhood memorabilia, including the saxophone and guitar Tyler played as a child, and the cap Brian wore when he played on his high school baseball team. . Their career accomplishments include the guitar Brian used when writing FGL’s certified RIAA Diamond hit “Cruise,” as well as outfits worn in their music videos and more. Tyler said in a statement: “Being chosen for an exhibition is the ultimate honor as an artist, and we cannot thank the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum enough. I look forward to Opening Day, when we can take a step back and enjoy this blessing with all of those who have supported us along the way. Brian added: “We’re both dreamers and we always strive to go big. That the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum now presents Our Mad Race is surreal and humiliating. I couldn’t be more excited about this exhibition and being able to relive every step of our journey. Let’s go for the good times!
the Florida Georgia Line: Mix It Up Strong The exhibition opens on January 21. FGL will also sit at the Country Music Hall of Fame for an interview and performance on February 6.
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