Last night, Brian and Tyler, collectively known as Florida Georgia Line played their final show as a duo at the Minnesota State Fair in front of 12,000 fans. This marks the official beginning of a break for FGL (“break”, not “break up”) while they pursue solo careers. While we are undoubtably sad that we won’t get any new FGL music for a while or be able to see them live together, we wish nothing but the best for BK and Tyler’s solo careers and will continue to support them here, at FlaGaLine.net
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.
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.”
Two Under 2! Tyler Hubbard Shares Adorable Photos with New Baby Luca and Toddler Olivia
Tyler Hubbard and wife Hayley welcomed their second child, son Luca Reed, on Aug. 19
Tyler Hubbard couldn’t be a prouder papa.
The Florida Georgia Line singer, 32, and wife Hayley pose with their two children — 2-week-old son Luca Reed and daughter Olivia “Liv” Rose, 20 months — for this week’s issue of PEOPLE, out Friday, where they dish on everything from what they’re looking forward to most as a family of four to balancing work and home life.
“I love being able to write songs and play shows, but there’s a different emotion that comes along with it now and that’s just missing the family on a different level,” Hubbard tells PEOPLE. “I’ve always missed Hayley when she’s not out there, but now missing her and Liv and Luca puts a new level of that emotion on top of all the other emotions of the weekend. I just look forward to those Sundays.”
Luca’s Aug. 19 birth fell on a Monday, at the tail end of Hubbard and bandmate Brian Kelley‘s weekly Thursday through Saturday Can’t Say I Ain’t Country tour dates. And his baby boy has already seen Dad in action.
Hayley had a “sprinkle” on June 1 (like a baby shower, but for the second baby) with a whole bunch of ladies (and some familiar faces), and revealed the name of baby #2: Luca Reed Hubbard will make his debut in August!
FGL played their first ever show at Nashville’s famed Ryman Auditorium, as part of a SiriusXM exclusive concert. They even invited a fan in the audience, Miss Terry as they called her, up to the stage to sign Bebe’s part of ‘Meant to Be”. LUCKY LADY!
Brian and Tyler played another year of the iHeart Country Festival in Austin, TX and this one came with a very special acclamation: “Meant to Be” got an award for 1 BILLION (that’s with a “b”) spins on iHeart Radio channels. How ridiculously cool is that?
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