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DEE JAY SILVER Helps Florida Georgia Line Open FGL House // Launches Kids Clothing Line, Nice Nice Babies

The CMA Music Festival may officially have begun today, but the party started earlier this week in Nashville when DEE JAY SILVER helped his friends Florida Georgia Line (Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard) open the newest hot spot in Music City, FGL House (122 3rd Ave South). The Nashville-based groundbreaking DJ/remixer/producer/radio host will be spinning at the four-story bar/restaurant every week for Country Club Tuesdays, showcasing his unique ability to blend all types of music from hip hop and rock to house and country.

A who’s who of talent joined SILVER and Florida Georgia Line at FGL House this week with The Chainsmokers and Kelsea Ballerini in attendance on Tuesday (6/6) for Silver’s Pre-CMA Fest Party; Parmalee and Brett Young joining Wednesday (6/7) for the CMT Awards After Party; and LoCash and Michael Ray hanging out both nights.

In other news, DEE JAY SILVER has launched a line of kids clothing called Nice Nice Babies, inspired by his 9-month old son, Wake Silver Perdue. As he points out, “It’s so hard to find cool kids clothes, so I made my own line.” Nice Nice Babies features a selection of funny and creative onesies (sizes newborn-24 months) and t-shirts (sizes 2T-7T), with accessories to follow soon. Check out Nice Nice Babies online at www.nicenicebabies.com.

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