Florida Georgia Line’s Latest #1 Hit, “Sun Daze,” Came Very Late in the Game

Image Courtesy Jeremy Cowart/Republic NashvilleFlorida Georgia Line's latest #1, "Sun Daze," was actually the last song they wrote and recorded for their latest album, Anything Goes. The track was written toward the end of their baseball stadium tour with Nelly last summer.

FGL's Brian Kelley says, "We thought we pretty much had every song we wanted  [for the album], but this one definitely kicked one of the songs off. It shows that right down to the wire you need to keep writing and stay in your creative zone. We knew we had something special."

The duo's Tyler Hubbard sends a shout-out to their fans and country radio for their continued support. He says, "We have been beyond blessed the past few years and know that we wouldn’t be here without you."

Florida Georgia Line is currently on the road with their Anything Goes Tour 2015. They're headed overseas for the Country 2 Country festival tour in Europe, starting February 28 in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Florida Georgia Line’s Latest #1 Hit, “Sun Daze,” Came Very Late in the Game

Image Courtesy Jeremy Cowart/Republic NashvilleFlorida Georgia Line's latest #1, "Sun Daze," was actually the last song they wrote and recorded for their latest album, Anything Goes. The track was written toward the end of their baseball stadium tour with Nelly last summer.

FGL's Brian Kelley says, "We thought we pretty much had every song we wanted  [for the album], but this one definitely kicked one of the songs off. It shows that right down to the wire you need to keep writing and stay in your creative zone. We knew we had something special."

The duo's Tyler Hubbard sends a shout-out to their fans and country radio for their continued support. He says, "We have been beyond blessed the past few years and know that we wouldn’t be here without you."

Florida Georgia Line is currently on the road with their Anything Goes Tour 2015. They're headed overseas for the Country 2 Country festival tour in Europe, starting February 28 in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Country Star Trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockWhich country legend is featured on Toby Keith's hit "Beer for My Horses"? ANSWER: Willie Nelson.

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Country Star Trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockWhich country legend is featured on Toby Keith's hit "Beer for My Horses"? ANSWER: Willie Nelson.

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Brad Paisley Offers Parenting Advice to Pal Carrie Underwood

Image Courtesy ABCBrad Paisley has been very forthcoming with parenting advice for his CMA Awards co-host and mom-to-be, Carrie Underwood. She's reached out to ask him questions about finding a good pediatrician in Nashville and raising a kid while on the road. Brad admits Carrie will face more challenges than he does balancing parenthood and a demanding concert schedule.

Brad tells CMT.com, "My kids get to be home with my wife, their mother, and it’s a much different thing when it’s the mom going on the road. I cannot imagine what it would be like if she’s got a weekend with three shows, and she’d have to just leave breast milk in the fridge. That would be rough.”

Brad's sons Huck and Jasper love being on the road with their dad, but they mostly stay home in Nashville because of school. Check out BradPaisley.com to see where he's playing next.

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Brad Paisley Offers Parenting Advice to Pal Carrie Underwood

Image Courtesy ABCBrad Paisley has been very forthcoming with parenting advice for his CMA Awards co-host and mom-to-be, Carrie Underwood. She's reached out to ask him questions about finding a good pediatrician in Nashville and raising a kid while on the road. Brad admits Carrie will face more challenges than he does balancing parenthood and a demanding concert schedule.

Brad tells CMT.com, "My kids get to be home with my wife, their mother, and it’s a much different thing when it’s the mom going on the road. I cannot imagine what it would be like if she’s got a weekend with three shows, and she’d have to just leave breast milk in the fridge. That would be rough.”

Brad's sons Huck and Jasper love being on the road with their dad, but they mostly stay home in Nashville because of school. Check out BradPaisley.com to see where he's playing next.

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