Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley got into an Instagram war over their different views in politics, and everybody who loves pure country music was holding their breath, begging for the pop-country group to breakup (although, do we really want two of them infecting the airwaves?)
However, the two allegedly made up, but Kelley announced last year that he would be going off on his own, which led us to his first solo album, Sunshine State Of Mind.
The duo is now taking a break from recording new music as Florida Georgia Line continue swear it’s a “break,” not a “breakup.” But aside from a handful or remaining shows this year, it sounds like they’re done.
And Brian Kelley made some recent statements that would seem to support that.
According to CMT, Kelley basically told Florida radio station 99.5 QYK that if you want to see them play, you better go this summer:
“We’ve got, I think at this point, 10 or 11 more shows this year.
We’re taking a break after that, so if you want to see us, this is the year to do it.”
He admitted that he doesn’t really know what the future holds for FGL:
“I don’t know after that what the plan is. It’s not clear to me.
At the end of the day, we’re brothers, so we’ll always have each other‘s back and support, and that’s what it should be.”
And now, Tyler Hubbard is currently working on his own solo project as well, after recently singing a solo artist deal.
As far as Hubbard’s solo tunes, he teased something on Instagram: