The bona fide “Beach Cowboy” himself, Brian Kelley, is “making waves with his first solo project” (PEOPLE), BK’s Wave Pack (Warner Music Nashville / Nashville South Records, Inc.), out today (4/13) on all streaming platforms and digital retailers.
“I feel so humbled by the support I’ve received from this project,” Kelley shares with American Songwriter. “The friends that helped bring this project to life, these songs have become our songs. Together, we are living them out down here; this isn’t a fantasy. Our process was really creative, but we never forced it. We did what felt right, working from our gut. That’s extremely important to create a vibe that’s authentic and real.”

Blending “Honky Tonk stomp with pelagic pop circles for an introductory anthem” (American Songwriter), the Florida native is staking claim by the water and planting his flag in the sonic sand, as he has critics in a boots-in-the-sand state of mind while serving up “coastal vibes and good-time anthems with all the smoothness of a tropical drink,” raves CMTBK’s Wave Pack is a buzzy mix of party-all-day Pop and love-all-night Country with a splash of spiritual sincerity, as it “plays up Kelley’s inherent beach vibes” (Rolling Stone). Basking in beats and salt air-flavor, his strutting, laid-back vocal “channels good energy” (MusicRow) and is anchored in a “breezy, beachside” (Billboard) soundscape. Kelley co-penned the full project and co-produced alongside Corey Crowder.

Offering a “glimpse into Kelley's life” (PEOPLE) and giving viewers a bird’s-eye view of Grayton Beach, FL, he’s also released music videos directed by Ben Christensen for all four EP tracks. Cruising on a bike ride in “Beach Cowboy,” and hanging his hat up for the night with his barefoot beauty, wife Brittney, in “Made By The Water,” the scenic footage captures Kelley’s easy-rolling lifestyle. Drenched in sun, swagger, and beachside-soul, the clips likewise offer both a bonfire-blazing “Party On The Beach” with Kelley’s collaborators and fellow Tree Vibez Music writers Corey Crowder, Blake Redferrin, and Canaan Smith, as well as finding a spiritual connection in a beach chair in “Sunday Service In The Sand.”
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On Sunday (4/18), Kelley and his Florida Georgia Line bandmate Tyler Hubbard will vie for Duo of the Year at the 56TH ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS™, after just ruling the Billboard Country Airplay and Country Aircheck/Mediabase Country Airplay charts last week with their 18th career #1 hit, “Long Live.”




Country music superstar Brian Kelley, aka “Beach Cowboy,” is planting his flag in the sonic sand with debut EP, BK’s Wave Pack (Warner Music Nashville / Nashville South Records, Inc.). Basking in beats and salt air-flavor, the Florida boy’s hotly-anticipated project coasts on all-good energy and boots-in-the-sand spirit, serving up four songs drenched in sun, swagger, and beachside-soul. Anchored in easy-rolling vibes, Kelley co-penned the full project and co-produced alongside Corey Crowder. As one half of GRAMMY-nominated duo Florida Georgia Line – tallying 18 career #1 singles, 13.2+ billion global streams, selling more than 40 million tracks and 4.7 million albums worldwide, logging 1.7 billion video views, and playing to over 4 million fans spanning massive arena and stadium headline tours – Kelley and bandmate Tyler Hubbard are the only Country act to achieve two RIAA DIAMOND-certified singles [11X PLATINUM, #1 breakout, “Cruise” (the best-selling digital Country single of all time – SoundScan) and 10X PLATINUM, #1 “Meant to Be” with Bebe Rexha (holding the longest reign on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at 50 straight weeks)]. Honored by ACM, AMA, Billboard, CMA, and CMT Music Awards, the acclaimed multi-hitmaker has co-penned 10 #1s in the U.S. and three #1s in Canada (comprised of outside cuts and FGL chart-toppers), plus inked over 100 career tracks recorded in total (including FGL hits); in addition, Kelley and Hubbard are co-producers on a remix with Justin Bieber, and projects with Chris Tomlin, TVM songwriters Canaan Smith and Blake Redferrin. Both a music and business mogul, Kelley’s diversified his enterprise into wildly successful partnerships with Hubbard, as well as solo projects like upcoming musical and feature film, both titled “MAY WE ALL,” with his production company CuzBro Productions; cult-favorite brand Tribe Kelley with wife Brittney; and a partnership with Oyster City Brewing Company.