Florida Georgia Line is starting to see a lot of money roll in thanks to their headlining shows and their massive hits like "Cruise." In the midst of all this success, the guys feel it's important to give back. That's why they presented a check to MusiCares for $10,000 prior to their recent show at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. The organization provides medical and financial assistance to members of the music community in need.
Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard found out about MusiCares during a trip to The Recording Academy's offices in Los Angeles. Brian says, "[We] were completely blown away by what the organization does to help support our music community. We couldn't think of a better way to show our support."
Tyler adds, "This year has been full of amazing blessings for us and we are so thankful to be able to give back and show our gratitude."
On the music front, Florida Georgia Line releases a deluxe edition of their debut album, Here's to the Good Times…This Is How We Roll, on November 25.
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