During a stop on their “Here’s to the Good Times” tour, one-half of country music duo Florida Georgia Line picked up a new bow at Buck Stop, an ATA member, in West Dundee, Ill.
On Oct. 31, Brian Kelley posted a photo of himself, his new bow and two staff members from the archery shop to Florida Georgia Line’s Facebook account:
“Thanks to Pete and Buster at Buck Stop in West Dundee, IL for setting me up with a sick Mathews bow!”
They may spend most of their time playing music together but Tyler Hibbard and Kelley also enjoy hunting and fishing together, according to USA Today.
Florida Georgia Line’s song “Cruise” has sold more than six million copies and longest-running chart-topper on the Billboard hot country songs chart.
They are nominated for four Country Music Association Awards and will perform at the show, which airs Nov 6. They also are nominated for four awards at the American Music Awards, and will perform at the show which will air Nov. 24.