Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line are known for performing high energy shows complete with lots of jumping, moving and grooving, but so far, they've avoided major injuries. And they're thankful for that.

“We’ve both left bleeding a couple times, really definitely sweatin’. We’ve had a couple falls," Hubbard admits to his record label, Big Machine. Thankfully, though, neither star has taken a rough fall from the stage.

“Nothing too major," Kelley adds.

“Nothing too major," Hubbard agrees (although he did hurt his back in a dirt bike accident last year). "No ambulance, no stretcher, I mean, other than couple of the band guys had a little incident, but other than that we’ve been real lucky. As much as we’re runnin’ around the stage, you never know what’s gonna happen. But, for the most part, man we’ve been super lucky.”

Their fellow country stars haven't been quite so lucky. Luke Bryan made a name for himself by falling off a stage three times in the last year alone. "Hell, I gotta just pay more attention," he joked after another incident. And Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift, Justin Moore and other country superstars have all fallen off the stage at some point in their careers.

Florida Georgia Line are currently on their Anything Goes tour. The duo's laid-back song "Sun Daze" recently hit No. 1, so as long as they don't fall into the crowd anytime soon, things are looking great.

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