Effort to Preserve Nashville’s Music Row Gains more Star Power!

June 6, 2016 by Erica Stewart

As announced yesterday in The Tennessean, the country rockers, Florida Georgia Line have joined our effort to celebrate and save Nashville’s Music Row!

Multi-platinum selling artists Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, the duo behind the band, are best known for their major hits including “Cruise,” “Anything Goes” and “Get Your Shine On.” Now, through their artist development and publishing company, Tree Vibez Music, they will also be known for helping to bring awareness and energy to the effort to preserve Music Row.

For a limited time, the band is inviting friends and fans to show their passion for Music Row by purchasing a limited edition “Music Row Junkie” t-shirt. Proceeds from the sale of these t-shirts will support the design of a walking tour app that residents and visitors from around the world can use to experience Music Row’s history and unique story as the heart and soul of Music City for more than 60 years.

"Like so many others, Music Row has been a huge part of mine and Tyler’s career,” said Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley. “We wanted to find a way to give back for all it's given us and help preserve its legacy. We’re excited for these Music Row stories to educate and inspire music lovers from around the world for years to come!"

“Music Row Junkie” t-shirts are available through Tree Vibez, in partnership with the National Trust, the Music Industry Coalition, and fan engagement company Wonderful Union.

They can be purchased online at www.MusicRowJunkie.com for a limited time.

Wear your love for Music Row with pride!

URGENT: Contact your Senators asking them to pass the Route 66 National Historic Trail Designation Act before 2019!

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