Country superstars Florida Georgia Line have a lot going on. Since breaking onto the scene just over five years ago, the hits keep coming with smash songs like "Cruise" and "Get Your Shine On."
ABC News recently sat down with the boys, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, to catch up on their business ventures and family life on the road.
Here's what the guys had to say!
1. They just launched their own whiskey line.
During their show in New Jersey last week, they said they spent about two years developing the secret formula for Old Camp, set to be released in stages later this summer. They decided on a different take on whiskey, peach pecan.
"We love creating and we think of ourselves as entrepreneurs," Kelley told ABC News. "Oddly enough one of those things is whiskey."
2. They are both married.
Well, hearts are breaking all around the globe, but the boys are both hitched -- Kelley in 2013 to Brittney Marie Cole and Hubbard in 2015 to Hayley Stommel.
3. They have their own music publishing company.
It all started last year, but Hubbard said they now help other young writers and musicians to be as successful as Florida Georgia Line.
The company is called Tree Vibez Music and one of their first big signings was Jordan Schmidt.
"Like B.K. said, we are creators and it's a blessing and a curse," Hubbard said of wanting to do so many ventures. "We have to have patience and know you can't do it all at once. But when the time is right, it's a beautiful thing."
4. They've got a new album, "Dig Your Roots," coming!
Yes, the boys have an album coming later this month, with the first hit single "H.O.L.Y." already a fan favorite. They've already been touring for it and it scheduled to be released on Aug. 26. They also wrote a single "Smooth," which is inspired by the new whiskey venture.
"Dig Your Roots" also features a song with Tim McGraw.
5. They are extremely close with their fans.
"There's still the intimate connection," Hubbard said. "It's been crazy to see 30,000 people show up and we still recognize faces from the stage. Our fans are loyal and passionate and have been to over 50 of our shows."
The guys added that they call these types of fans, "frans" -- a hybrid of friends and fans.
"We see them and know them by name, when we are on stage, it's refreshing to look down there and see a familiar face," Hubbard said.