Florida Georgia Line brought you “bro-country,” and the duo keeps it coming with their second album, “Anything Goes,” which they’re touring with now. Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard are credited with the new style of country music, which draws from influences in hip hop, rock, pop, and electronic music in addition to nodding to tradition country roots. Florida Georgia Line’s first hit single, “Cruise” defined the genre, with its lyrics an ode to a beautiful woman and pickup trucks, and its music a pop-y blend of country and rap. In 2014, the song earned the distinction of “best-selling digital country single of all time.” The duo puts on an unconventional country show, light on the steel string and heavier on the drum solos, rap, and electronic music. They model themselves on bands like Nickelback, Three Days Grace, and Shinedown and they’ve opened for acts including Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, and Jason Aldean before headlining their own Anything Goes tour. But FGL is different, they bring a mix of good-time party energy and a spiritual connection with fans without hewing to one particular style of music. “Anything Goes” is an apt name for the tour, because you can expect them to try just about anything.