Florida Georgia Line has been one of the biggest names in country music for the last ten years. With hits like “This Is How We Roll” and “Cruise,” the duo has won the hearts of millions of country music fans and cemented their place in music history.
Things may change for the famous duo sooner rather than later, so fans will have to get ready for a new era of their music. So, did Florida Georgia Line really stop playing together? So far, here’s what we know.
Read more :
- Who Was Kevin Samuels Dating? Everything Know About His Ex-Wives & Rumored Girlfriends As ‘Love Guru’ Dies At 56
Did Florida Georgia Line Break Up?
Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley of FGL told People in a recent interview at the opening of a new FGL exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville that they will be taking a break from being a duo after their string of summer festival dates. It looks like both musicians will focus on their own musical projects.
“I think ‘taking a break’ is a better term than ‘breaking up,'” Tyler told the magazine.
Tyler said, “We’re kind of using these last 12 shows as a time to celebrate FGL, celebrate the fans, celebrate each other, and then support each other on the next part of our musical and creative journey, which will be on our own for a while.”
Brian also made it clear that they are not breaking up. Brian told People, “We’re not going our separate ways.” “We are taking a break from making music recordings. We are making art. We love making things. So, a few years ago, we started writing separately and trying out different writers. Now, we’re both doing the same thing with our music.”
There Were Rumors That Florida Georgia Line Had Broken Up Back In 2020.
There have been rumors that Florida Georgia Line is breaking up before, so this is not the first time. Back in 2020, there were rumors that the two were breaking up because Tyler and Brian stopped following each other on social media because they had different political views. However, this never happened, and the duo kept performing and making music.
According to their official website, FGL’s current tour has seven more stops and will go through the summer of 2022.
They first announced a full-scale tour in May 2021 but had to cancel it in August because more people were getting COVID-19. Now, the duo will only play at festivals for the rest of their tour.
These last tour stops are all over the United States and Canada. On April 10, 2022, Country Thunder Arizona will be in Florence, Arizona. On June 4, 2022, the Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam will be in Panama City Beach, Florida. On June 16, 2022, the Barefoot Country Music Fest will be in Wildwood, New Jersey. On June 24, 2022, Country Fest 2022 will be in Cadott, Wisconsin. On July 24, 2022, Country Thunder Wisconsin will be in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin. On August 6, 2022, Boots & Hearts will be