Brian and Tyler debuted the “Mix It Up Strong” exhibit in Nashville. You can see artifacts from their 10 year career now until June 2023 at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
They’ve also confirmed that they are not broken up, just “taking a break from making music” for now. While it’s not something we all want to hear, we respect their decisions to be solo for a bit. That just means that they’ll be bigger and better together when the time comes! Read the article here.
Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley has formed Nashville South Records, a partnership with Warner Music Nashville, as an outlet for his solo music.
Kelley is expected to release solo music this spring, with a full album coming later this year.
“I couldn’t be more grateful for everyone who has helped me on my journey to get here. I’m humbled to team up with Warner Music Nashville to take the music I’ve been dreamin’ and schemin’ up to the next level,” Kelley said. “This is just the beginning of a whole new adventure. My vision for what’s next is a vibe and state of mind – get ready to ride the wave with ya Beach Cowboy, y’all!”
Nashville is gearing up for the launch of the May We All musical and you can thank Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line for the entertainment.
On Monday (February 22), Kelley’s production company, CuzBro Productions, as well as Lively McCabe Entertainment, announced the anticipated country musical is set to premiere as part of Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s Broadway at TPAC series in June 2022. The musical, which will feature a score of songs from Tim McGraw, Shania Twain, Kacey Musgraves, Chris Stapleton, Dolly Parton and more, will see a fictional country singer by the name of Jenna Coates return home after a rocky start in Nashville to learn of the importance of her hometown roots. May We All will also feature two original songs written by Florida Georgia Line and debut exclusively during the production.
Country music duo Florida Georgia Line recently made history with two hit singles earning diamond status. On Friday, the singers became the first country artists in RIAA certification’s 62-year history to achieve two Diamond singles. The Recording Industry Association of America put out a tweet announcing the news on Monday.
“@FLAGAline was first with one diamond single, and now they are the first with two!” the tweet says. “Congrats Fellas.”
The group’s 2012 breakout hit “cruise” and 2017’s “Meant To Be” are the two songs earning the honor for Florida Georgia Line. According to the RIAA website, only 43 songs have obtained diamond status making the honor of having two highly unique.
Tyler Hubbard’s Wife Hayley Isn’t Breastfeeding Baby Atlas: It ‘Amplified’ Postpartum Depression
With the new addition of their baby boy, Atlas, the Florida Georgia Line singer and wife Hayley have three kids under 3
Tyler and Hayley Hubbard are getting candid about the adjustments they’ve made since bringing home baby No. 3.
Already parents to son Luca Reed, 13 months, and daughter Olivia Rose, 2½, the Florida Georgia Line singer and his wife, both 33, welcomed their son Atlas Roy on Sept. 24 in. Nashville.
In this week’s issue of PEOPLE, Hayley reveals why she has decided to feed their baby boy, Atlas, formula.
“I’m not breastfeeding this time around because, now looking back, breastfeeding really amplified symptoms of postpartum depression for me,” says Hayley, who works with the Every Mother Counts charity, which aims to improve maternal health.
She adds, “It was never something that came easy to me or something that I honestly enjoyed, no matter how many specialists we talked to or how well I was producing milk.”
Tyler Hubbard’s wife Hayley gave birth to the couple’s third child and second son, Atlas Roy Hubbard, on Thursday, Sept. 24, the couple confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.
“Atlas stands for strength. For us, this name also represents our family’s passion for travel and experiencing different cultures,” the Hubbards explain.
Adds Tyler, “Roy was the name of my dad, who passed away when I was 20. Getting to name our son after him is so special to us. Atlas will carry on my dad’s legacy and will always be a reminder of how well he loved everyone.”
Born at 6:44 p.m. in Nashville, Tennesee, Atlas weighed in at 8 lbs., 2 oz. and measured 21 inches long. “He was over a week late and we were just convinced he was happy in his little hot tub, safe from 2020,” the couple joke to PEOPLE.
Florida Georgia Line have accomplished more in the past few years than most artists do in a lifetime. Five years since being named Forbes’ 30 Under 30, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley continue to push genre lines and industry standards as artists, label executives, publishers and producers.
On the heels of celebrating the one-year anniversary of their label Round Here Records, Florida Georgia Line exclusively reveal to Forbes that they are the newest writers signed to their own Tree Vibez Music roster. “It’s a dream come true to call Tree Vibez Music our publishing home,” Kelley and Hubbard tell me. “We’ve been extremely blessed to be able to build a company and a staff, alongside [general manager] Leslie DiPiero, that we feel confident will continue to help us grow as writers. We look forward to the next chapter of our songwriting journey with our TVM family.”
The pair met at Nashville’s Belmont University where they pursued their joint passion of songwriting. Hubbard, 33, has 13 No. 1 songs to his name including the country genre’s first diamond certification and 11-times platinum 2012 debut single “Cruise” and 9-times platinum crossover hit “Meant to Be” with Bebe Rexha, while Kelley, 34, has amassed 11 chart toppers with “Cruise” and cuts by Jason Aldean (“Lights Come On”) and Cole Swindell (“Hope You Get Lonely Tonight”). After creating their publishing company Tree Vibez Music in 2015, Hubbard says signing there is a “full circle” moment.
For Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and his wife Hayley, five is the magic number when it comes to family.
In this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday, the country star says that he and Hayley — who is currently pregnant with their third child — will be “ready to be finished” having kids after the arrival of their baby boy.
“In a weird way, I think we’re looking forward to the challenge,” says Hubbard, 33. “The whole experience of having a child is like none other. It’s a rush of emotion and love that can hardly be explained. We’re looking forward to experiencing that again and then just knowing we’re going to be finished. This is our family, and let’s grow together.”
Hubbard and Hayley, 31, are already parents to son Luca, 9 months, and daughter Olivia, 2, whom they’ve been social distancing with at home in Nashville amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. As to how he and Hayley have been handling isolation with an infant and a toddler, Hubbard says it’s been “more entertaining than challenging.”
Florida Georgia Line satisfied fans’ craving for new music with the release of a six-song EP on Friday (May 22).
FGL’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard say the project, aptly titled 6-Pack, offers fans a taste of what’s to come on their forthcoming fifth studio album.
“We’ve been workin’ on our fifth record for this past year, and we’re getting pretty close to being done, and we were talking a month or two ago and kinda schemin’ up, and we said, ‘Hey, let’s put a 6-pack out,’ Kelley recalled during a recent interview with the duo’s record label. “And we all took it literal, and hey, ‘let’s kind of brand it that way, even though thematically they’re not all party songs.’ And so this collection has a serious vibe, a party vibe, a love vibe. We feel like it’s pretty well rounded.”
The release of FGL’s 6-Pack comes as people around the world continue to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic. Kelley hopes their new music brings some relief to fans during these uncharted times.
“You know, we’ve all been living in these uncertain times and music is healing and music touches people a lot of different ways, and so, we wanted to make sure we were balanced on this EP,” he explained. “So, [we’re] super excited to finally get this out and give our fans what they’ve been asking for, and hopefully put a smile on the world’s face.”
Interview: Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard on I Love My Country, album number 5 and returning to the UK
Florida Georgia Linedropped new singleI Love My Countryyesterday, the first taster from their upcoming fifth studio album.
The record-breaking duo are at the top of their game with four huge albums, the latest being 2019’sCan’t Say I Ain’t Country, and an embarrassment of certifications under their belts.They also launched their own record label Round Here Records in 2019, which sits alongside their publishing company Tree Vibez and their Nashville venue FGL House.
To mark the release of the new single, I spoke to Tyler Hubbard – one half of FGL – to discuss the feel-good track, find out more about the duo’s upcoming album and to talk about their overdue return to the UK…
How are you doing?
We’re doing great man, we’re doing really well thank you.
Are you surviving the corona virus lockdown that we all seem to be under?
We are yeah.We’re surviving and excited for it to pass and in the meantime we’re just staying home and enjoying some good quality time with the kids and the wives.We’re just here at the house so we’re trying to soak it up as much as we can and stay positive.
Your new single I Love My Country came out today and it’s such a feel good track.It feels like you guys had fun with this one.How did the song come about?
Yeah, we did.We had a lot of fun making this one and this song’s been in our world for maybe almost two years.It’s been around and some good buddies of ours wrote it.We just decided, ‘man, this song keeps coming back to us and we keep singing it so maybe we should record it with some of the FGL flavour on it and get it out to the world’.That’s what we decided decided to do and we had so much fun in the studio with our co-producer, Corey Crowder, bringing this song to life.
We’re excited that it’s out for the world and we really do hope it brings some encouragement, some joy and some fun to people’s houses the way that done to ours.We had a whole lot of fun making it so we hope that translates
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