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article imageFlorida Georgia Line announce new album 'Anything Goes'

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 15, 2014 in Music
Country duo Florida Georgia Line announced their upcoming, highly anticipated album "Anything Goes," which will be released on October 14 on Republic Nashville.
"Tyler and I've been really blessed to have an amazing team, an extended family, who push us continually to be better and think differently. Whether we're home or out on the road, we're doing things the FGL way and it feels like with our recording, our writing, our lives. Anything Goes... and we can't wait to see where it leads next," Brian Kelley said in a press statement.
Earlier today, they played live from New York City's Central Park, as they headlined ABC's Good Morning America's "Summer Concert Series," while simultaneously disclosing details on their new album.
Their set included such hit singles as "Round Here," their collaboration with Luke Bryan "This Is How We Roll," as well as their breakthrough multi-platinum single "Cruise" and their latest single "Dirt." As a result of its touching lyrics, Florida Georgia Line was inspired to launch the Dirt Campaign to benefit Habitat for Humanity.
They collaborate on this new project yet again with long-time producer Joey Moi.
Tyler Hubbard from the duo revealed in a press statement that Anything Goes is "a natural progression" of where they are at, and what they've "learned getting here."
They catapulted to country super-stardom with becoming the only act in country history to join Brooks & Dunn in earning four back-to-back, multi-week No. 1 singles. They broke the record for longest-reigning No. 1 in the history of the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, and they have sold over 16 million tracks worldwide. Their music has crossed over to different genres, and they landed collaboration with such rap artists as Nelly and Jason Derulo.
For more information on Florida Georgia Line and Anything Goes, visit their website.
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