Florida Georgia line is on break.
Following speculation that the duo of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley split after Tyler temporarily unfollowed his bandmate on social media amid the 2020 election and canceled their 2021 tour due to COVID-19 concerns, FGL is setting the record straight.
“I think ‘taking a break’ is the correct term, as opposed to breaking up,” Tyler said. People. Brian, who has returned to his home state of Florida, insists they are not breaking up, but instead focusing on their personal passions. The Ormond Beach native recently released his first solo album, sunny state of mindand will embark on the headlining Made by the Water Tour this spring and summer.
“We’re taking a break from recording our music,” says Brian. “We’re artists. We love to create. And a few years ago we started writing without each other and trying different writers, and now we both do it with our music.”
FGL currently has a handful of shows scheduled on the schedule this year, which Tyler calls a chance to “celebrate” their legacy and their fans.” He says he and Brian “will then be supporting each other on the next chapter of our musical.” . and a creative journey, which is going to be individually for a while,” adding, “So we’re excited.”
On Sunday, the duo reunited for the opening of their new exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame, Florida Georgia Line: Mix hard, which is on view until January 1, 2023.
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