Manager says Florida Georgia Line could be back on the road in Spring as duo is honored for record-setting RIAA achievements
Leading artist manager Irving Azoff shared his belief that artists will be able to return to the road as early as spring 2021 on a Zoom event Thursday (Nov. 19) celebrating Full Stop Management clients Florida Georgia Line.
Azoff and his son, Jeffrey Azoff, manage the country duo of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, who were honored by the RIAA for their record-setting achievements, including becoming the only country act in the organization's 62-year history to earn two diamond country single awards for “Cruise” and “Meant To Be” (with Bebe Rexha). The designation means that each song has garnered 10 million units. (A unit counts as a permanent digital download or 150 on-demand audio and/or video streams.)