Florida Georgia Line’s smash with Bebe Rexha, “Meant to Be,” confirmed the duo’s top-tier status — and business manager Taylor has been an integral part of the act’s rise. While also working with artists like Reba McEntire and Britney Spears, she advises on the growing FGL empire, which includes a Hillsboro Village creative compound — that houses a publishing company, recording studio and community workplace — as well as FGL’s liquor line, Old Camp Whiskey, and restaurant FGL House. Representation is also key: 75 of Tri Star’s 110 employees are women.
Most Welcome Change to Nashville: “When I came here in 2002, this was a very closed-off marketplace for anybody new and female. It feels like it’s more open to people doing a great job, regardless of sex or color.”
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