Hubbard tells Rolling Stone Country he and Kelley will play the hosts for the sibling rockers, who are expected to visit them in Nashville "in the next week or two." He tells the magazine:
"We're such big fans of those guys. We're going to be writing with them and recording at the Treehouse studio in Nashville. They'll be in town in the next week or two, and we're really excited."
The won't share any other details and Tyler says that fans will just simply "have to wait and see" what they do.
Florida Georgia Line might team up with another rocker as well. Hubbard says he and Kelley have been exchanging texts with Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler "about doing something together." But he admits their plans are still vague, and might involve writing or "maybe a trip."
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