Brian Edward Kelley is an American musician, best known as a member of the Nashville-based duo Florida Georgia Line. Kelley is from Ormond Beach, Florida, and enjoyed playing sports and music growing up. He moved to Nashville to go to school and play baseball at Belmont University, where he met Tyler Hubbard, the other member of Florida Georgia Line.
|Birth name:||Brian Edward Kelley|
|Born:||August 26, 1985|
|Origin:||Ormond Beach, Florida, United States|
|Instruments:||Vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar|
|Labels:||Nashville South, Warner Nashville, Big Machine, Big Loud Mountain, Republic Nashville|
|Associated acts:||Florida Georgia Line, Tyler Hubbard, Joey Moi, Luke Bryan, Chase Rice, Nelly|
|Website:||Brian Kelley (musician)'s Official site|
About Brian Kelley
Country pop guitarist and singer who forms one half of the Florida Georgia Line duo. His group's debut album, Here's to the Good Times, was released in 2012 and peaked at number one on the United States Country Music Chart. At the 2014 CMA Awards, Florida Georgia Line was named the Vocal Duo of the Year.
Brian Kelley Before Fame
He and Florida Georgia Line duo partner Tyler Hubbard met while both were students at Belmont University in Tennessee.
Achievement of Brian Kelley
The duo's hit singles include "Stay," "Cruise," "Round Here," and "Get Your Shine On." Their lead single, "Dirt," from their sophomore album topped the Country Digital Singles chart, the iTunes genre and Country charts, and the Country chart in Australia.
Brian Kelley Family Life
He grew up in Ormond Beach, Florida and later relocated to Nashville, Tennessee. He married Brittney-Marie Kelley in 2013.
Associations of Brian Kelley
At the 2014 CMA Awards, Karen Fairchild's band Little Big Town was named Vocal Group of the Year.
Information related to Brian Kelley (musician)
- Tyler Hubbard - Tyler Reed Hubbard is an American musician, best known as a member of the Nashville-based duo Florida Georgia Line. Hubbard, a native of Monroe, Georgia, had been involved with music since a young age.
- Belmont University alumni
- Country musicians from Florida
- Songwriters from Florida