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Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley moves into 'tree house'

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Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley moves into 'tree house'

By Stephen L. Betts. CREATED Mar 19, 2014

Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line are enjoying the fruits of their success. Both were able to buy new houses late last year, yet because of their heavy touring schedule, they really didn't get to enjoy them until the holidays.

The set-up of Brian's house, which he shares with wife Brittney, is pretty unique. "Basically, the house that I bought, it's kinda set up as a tree house," he explains. "It's not very big, but it's all built in the mountain on 32 acres and [its] got [a] pretty cool view, lotta trees."

Another thing the location has is its share of wildlife roaming throughout the property. "We got a note in the mail right when we moved in that said, 'Welcome to the neighborhood where there's more animals than people,'" Brian says. "So, it's pretty cool. We've been looking forward to seeing a lot of animals. Saw a couple deer the other day, birds everywhere, squirrels. We're very blessed to be able to have that little spot to come home to and just kinda relax."

One look at the award-winning duo's tour schedule reveals there's not a whole lot of time to relax coming up for either of them. They'll be at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo on Wednesday (March 19), then after the April 6 ACM Awards, during which they'll headline ACM Fan Jam, they'll head to Canada for the Here's to the Good Times tour. On May 1, they'll join Jason Aldean's Burn It Down trek, and in late May they'll head out on the This Is How We Roll Summer Series featuring Nelly and Chris Lane. See a list of their upcoming tour dates here.

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Stephen L. Betts

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Stephen L. Betts ("Steve") is a Nashville-based journalist who started his career as a tour guide, karaoke operator and library assistant at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.