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article imageCountry duo Florida Georgia Line wins big at 2013 CMA awards

By Markos Papadatos     Nov 11, 2013 in Entertainment
Country duo Florida Georgia Line (Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley) won two awards at the 2013 Country Music Association (CMA) awards, that took place on November 6.
They took home the first award of the evening for "Single of the Year" for their mega-hit "Cruise," which was produced by Joey Moi.
In their acceptance speech for this prestigious award, Tyler Hubbard stated, "Man. First of all, we would like to thank the Lord for an unbelievable year. Who would have ever dreamed? Joey moi, the wizard, for creating magic. Jimmy, Scott, our whole label."
Brian Kelley continued, "Republic Nashville, Republic, New York. Thank you guys for all the support. Our families and our amazing, amazing fans. You guys have changed our lives. Thank you for believing in us."
Hubbard spoke again and he thanked both of their moms who were in the audience tonight, and he also gave several shout-outs to their whole team, which included "Seth" and "Jensen."
Florida Georgia Line also won for "Vocal Duo of the Year," where they bested out their fellow nominees Big & Rich, Love and Theft, The Civil Wars, Sugarland and Thompson Square. It was presented by country artists Lee Brice, Brett Eldredge and Kip Moore.
In their "Duo of the Year" acceptance speech, they thanked Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan and Jake Owen for all of their support and belief in them. "Thank you to our fans for making our dreams come true. Thank you for selling out our shows. We love you," Hubbard said.
To learn more about Florida Georgia Line and their upcoming plans, visit their official website.
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