Florida Georgia Line’s New Line

Clothing, Coffee and Music in Hillsboro Village

Just when you thought Nashville couldn’t get any cooler, it did.

Or it will, as soon as Florida Georgia Line‘s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard close on their 9,400 square feet of space in Nashville’s Hillsboro Village neighborhood.

Brian Kelley models a shirt for the Tribe Kelley clothing brand Tribe Kelley

According to The Tennessean, the duo paid $3.18 million for two small office buildings on 21st Ave. S, and what will become of them next is up to Kelley and Hubbard and their wives Brittney and Hayley.

There will be a Tribe Kelley Trading Post retail store for the Kelley’s clothing line, plus a coffee shop, plus offices for the duo’s Tree Vibez Music publishing company, plus a recording studio.

You’ll have to wait until next summer to see it all, but I already know what I want to buy from the Tribe Kelley store: everything.

Alison makes her living loving country music. She's based in Chicago, but she's always leaving her heart in Nashville.