Florida Georgia Line is a country music duo that was established in Nashville, TN in 2010. The group, made up of vocalists Brian Kelley of Florida and Tyler Hubbard of Georgia, made their mainstream debut with the release of their massive crossover single "Cruise" in 2013. The song's success propelled FGL to instant stardom, making them the biggest country group of the new decade. The duo, which began as a cover band, would go on to pioneer their own style of country music which has come to be known as "bro-country." They have released four studio albums to date, including Here's To The Good Times (2012), Anything Goes (2014), Dig Your Roots (2016), and Can't Say I Ain't Country (2019).