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July 22, 2013

High-energy show from Florida Georgia Line at fair

GOSHEN — Up-and-coming country music stars Florida Georgia Line delighted its audience Monday night during a sold-out show at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair.

Fair officials estimated that the crowd numbered more than 11,000.

In the course of its relatively short history, Florida Georgia Line — consisting of principal members Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, plus the band — has notched big success. The group has earned two Academy of Country Music Awards and two CMT Music Awards. Florida Georgia Line is also the first act in 21 years to top the country airplay charts with its first two singles.

Read more about the show in Wednesday’s Goshen News.

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