Tyler Hubbard Says He Has No Interest In A Florida Georgia Line Reunion: “I Don’t Want It Back”

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mike jmklear

Relax folks, we’re safe.

Florida Georgia Line announced in 2022 that they had played their last official show as a duo, with Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard choosing to go their separate ways in order to pursue their own solo careers.

Since then, Hubbard’s had more success of the two as a solo artist, with a #1 single and two solo albums already, including his latest project Strong that dropped last week.

Meanwhile, Kelley’s released a few singles, including “Kiss My Boots” earlier this year, which many interpreted to be a shot at his former FGL bandmate.

He never specifically said that the song was about the rumored drama that led to the band’s split, but I mean, it doesn’t take much reading between the lines, even if he wants to act like a teenage girl posting vague statuses on social media hoping that her ex will see them.

Hubbard, though, took a different approach when asked about the song.

He hasn’t really discussed it much, but he did release a prepared statement to People wishing his former bandmate nothing but the best on his solo career:

“I’m happy for BK, and I hope he’s happy and that he’s doing his thing and I’m doing my thing. I want only good things for him, and I wish him the best.”

But even though he’s happy for him, it doesn’t sound like he wants to get the band back together:

“It was a cool season of life, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world, but I don’t want it back. I’m in a way different place, and I wouldn’t trade it.”

That echoes comments that Kelley made last year, throwing cold water on the prospect of an FGL reunion:

“Respectfully, I can tell you that’s not happening.”

And I think we can all rest easier at night knowing that we’re safe from any more FGL music for the foreseeable future.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock