DIAMOND-selling superstar Brian Kelley’s “talkin’ ‘bout ‘Trucks, Ducks, Bucks & Beer,’’’ in the sportsman’s anthem that shows appreciation for the outdoors lifestyle. Available today (1/12) across all streaming platforms and digital retailers, listen to “Trucks, Ducks, Bucks & Beer” here.

“I’ve loved this song since the moment we wrote it. I had saved the title for this specific group of songwriters, and it turned out just as I envisioned… with all of my favorite things in one song,” shares Kelley. “Country music can evoke so many emotions, and with ‘Trucks, Ducks, Bucks & Beer’ I feel several at the same time.”

Inspired by his time in the country in wife Brittney’s native Georgia, roots run deep in the rural real estate where wildlife still roams free, and for those who enjoy it most – hunting, fishing, and proudly buying “camo and ammo” with every hard-earned dollar. Filmed back home in Tennessee, fans can watch the Michael Kessler-directed lyric video which captures the down-home views of Dickson. Recently celebrating their 10-year wedding anniversary, read the Kelleys’ spotlight in PEOPLE here.



Co-written by Kelley featuring a patient, well-aimed mix of Country, Pop, and Hip-Hop produced by Dann Huff, Kelley’s homespun vocal helps set a sonic hook of easy-rolling electric guitars, banjo riffs, and beats. Hailed by MusicRow’s DISClaimer as Kelley's "best vocal performance to date," he continues revealing the depth of his debut album on Big Machine Records. 

With each track bringing to light another side of Kelley, “Trucks, Ducks, Bucks & Beer” marks the fourth release off his much-anticipated album, having already introduced the full-length project with “See You Next Summer,” “Dirt Cheap,” and “How We’re Livin.” Further speaking about his forthcoming album with Songwriter Universe, check out Kelley’s feature here.




With the delivery of “See You Next Summer,” “Dirt Cheap,” “How We’re Livin’,” and “Trucks, Ducks, Bucks & Beer,” DIAMOND-selling superstar Brian Kelley enters the next chapter of a record-breaking, history-making career. In the studio working on his full-length debut album with Big Machine Records, he first made waves with his passion project SUNSHINE STATE OF MIND in 2021 (which American Songwriter called “some of the best modern country put to tape.”) With a sold-out run of shows and back-to-back residencies at Tribe Kelley Surf Post in Grayton Beach, FL – owned by the Ormond Beach native and his wife Brittney – Kelley continues to diversify his thriving enterprise with collaborations including Tribe Kelley (with Brittney), Papa Surf Burger Bar (with Brittney; Jason and Brittany Aldean; Tom and Chris Glavine), and a partnership with Oyster City Brewing Company. Kelley is managed by Kevin Spellman and Jason Murray of Vector Management. First known as the Florida half of the GRAMMY-nominated Florida Georgia Line, the ACM Breakout Artist of the Decade Award recipients garnered 19 career #1s and became the first and only act to achieve two RIAA DIAMOND singles in Country music history (14X PLATINUM #1s: “Cruise” and “Meant to Be” with Bebe Rexha). Surpassing 17 billion global streams, selling more than 40 million tracks and 4.8 million albums worldwide, plus playing to over 4 million fans, FGL has been honored by AMA, Billboard, CMA, and CMT Music Awards, as well as having a Florida Georgia Line: Mix It Up Strong exhibit at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.