Here's to the Good Times, country duo Florida Georgia Line's platinum debut record, is more than just an album title; it's a promise to fans for a tightly woven, danceable, and good-time rocking theme of country music and party anthems. Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, from Ormond Beach, Florida and ... More >>
We can finally say we've been featured in "The Dirty." And we're not even embarrassed. Nik Richie, the gossip-site's operator, gave New Times a shout-out yesterday for our walk down memory lane on Tuesday of some of his best news scoops, mentioned a few we missed, and announced he's working on a b ... More >>
It's gonna be an action-packed weekend for Brannon Kleinlein. The 38-year-old will be busy overseeing the locals only side stage at the McDowell Mountain Music Festival at Margaret T. Hance Park. It's certainly a major task that he'll have to juggle along with this weekend's debut of his new downtow ... More >>
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