Florida Georgia Line takes BSC’s “Stay” to #1, Meets Band Members.

Sony Music Publishing, Nashville

Sony Music Publishing, Nashville

Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard heard “Stay” on a Black Stone Cherry album and decided to cut it.

Great instincts.

BSC headed to Nashville for the first time and met with Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley at the ASCAP offices on Music Row two days ago (Feb. 13th) to celebrate. The song stayed in the #1 Billboard position for 4 weeks.

“This is crazy, for us to write a song when we were sitting at the house, and then for it to become a success on Country radio,” said BSC member, Fred Young.