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Florida Georgia Line Share Studio Update

02/08/2016
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(Radio.com) Country duo Florida Georgia Line are back in the studio recording. Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard shared a photo on their Twitter account today (Feb. 5) showing Hubbard singing into a mic.

"Back at it in the studio getting the new record ready for y'all #newmusic," they wrote in the tweet. The band's last album Anything Goes dropped in 2014, but they recently announced their Dig Your Roots 2016 Tour, which will take them on the road starting in March.

Along with that announcement, the duo also promised new music was on its way. No word yet on when that will be, but since they're touring through October it seems likely to be sometime in spring or summer. See the post here.

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