IN CASE YOU MISSED the Twitterview here is the WRAP UP.
This is not a drill. I repeat, this is NOT a drill. We will, in fact, have Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, collectively known as one of country music’s most popular and decorated duos, Florida Georgia Line, for a Country Music #CMchat Twitterview Thursday, December 11th, at 12pPT/3pET. That means that just days before this twosome hits the stage as the hosts of the INAUGURAL American Country Countdown Awards, produced by Dick Clark Productions and sponsored by Samsung Galaxy®, they will take time out of their schedule to sit down with all of us and spend some time talking about the big gig that awaits them!
The easiest way to participate is right here on our website! Just use this link to help segregate the tweets and show the ones with #CMchat in them: it makes the Twitterview much easier to follow. You’ll be able to see the conversation in real-time, at your own speed (it’s adjustable) and the #CMchat hashtag will automatically appear on your tweets. A lot of people also participate by using Twitter.com, Tweetdeck, &/or Hootsuite.
Country Music #CMchat is giving away a pair of tickets for The ACC Awards. That means you and a friend could be sitting at Music City Center on December 15th, watching the very first Dick Clark Productions ACC Awards show LIVE. Enter to win here. And, hey! Don’t let entering to win tickets deter you from buying them. Here is the link to get your tickets today!
MORE ABOUT FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE
Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, Florida Georgia Line, have won CMAs, CMTs, ACMs, BBMAs, AMAs, TCAs, and were just named CMT Artists of the Year. OH MY! Kicking off their already stellar career, Kelley and Hubbard signed a record deal with Republic Nashville, under Big Machine Label Group, in 2012, following independent releases of their first two albums. Upon their contract being inked with Republic, the duo released their debut full-length album, Here’s to the Good Times, an album that catapulted Kelley and Hubbard to the top of the charts and cemented their places in country music history. Their first official country music single, “Cruise,” hit Number 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart and remained there for twenty-four weeks, setting a record for the longest stay at Number 1 in the chart’s 70-year history. “Cruise” was also ultimately ranked by Billboard as the top country single of 2013. Four more singles followed from Here’s to the Good Times (“Get Your Shine On,” “‘Round Here,” “Stay,” and “This Is How We Roll”), all of which soared to the top spot on the charts. With five chart-topping singles, it only made sense that the album itself also found its way to Number 1. Subsequent to the success of their debut album, Florida Georgia Line put out their sophomore offering, entitled Anything Goes. The followup immediately yielded likewise spectacular results, sending its lead single, “Dirt,” to radio and watching it climb to Number 1. Now, in the wake of six previous (and consecutive) Number 1 songs, Florida Georgia Line has pushed the envelope with their newest release, “Sun Daze.” The duo has also spent quite a bit of time on the road, serving as a supporting act to Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Jake Owen, and Taylor Swift. Additionally, Florida Georgia Line has undertaken the task of performing as headliners, traveling with the Here’s to the Good Times Tour in 2013-14, and preparing to hit the road in 2015 with the Anything Goes Tour. However, before Kelley and Hubbard can take off on their 2015 tour, the two will be ringing in the New Year with Ryan Seacrest and company on the annual New Year’s Rockin’ Eve special as Times Square performers.