After 12 years, Florida Georgia Line performs their final concert before parting ways for good.

Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard have been performing as a duo for over 12 years now. But their time together has come to an end. The duo, known as Florida Georgia Line, are both vocalists and songwriters. They have given many hits like This Is How We Roll, Dirt, Meant to be ft Bebe Rexha, […]

Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard have been playing together for nearly a decade. Their time together, however, has come to an end.

 

The Florida Georgia Line pair is both a vocalist and a songwriter. They have several hits, including This Is How We Roll, Dirt, Meant to Be ft. Bebe Rexha, and more.

Their Last Concert

In announcing their departure, Hubbard stated, “This is our final official show as a Florida Georgia Line.” Let’s see what we still have in the tank.”

During their performance of the platinum-certified H.O.L.Y., Hubbard addressed the audience, saying, “I want to convey our thanks, from BK and myself, from the bottom of our hearts, man, for the last 12 years of our lives that you guys have enabled us to do what we love.”

He also thanked the audience, saying, “You’ve enabled us to follow this insane dream of composing songs and doing performances in the hopes that somebody may turn up to listen, so thank you, guys.” It truly, really means a lot to us.”

Spending so many years living your aspirations and then parting ways may leave anybody melancholy. In a similar vein, Hubbard told the audience before the event, “I’ve been thinking a lot this afternoon about the previous 10 years and what this night represents to us is the conclusion of a wonderful, incredible chapter for us.”

But just because their chapter together was coming to an end didn’t mean they were sad. “It’s extremely exciting for us to look ahead and see what’s next, and the next chapter is incredibly exciting, but we want to enjoy this chapter with you,” Hubbard stated on his and BK’s behalf.

What Is Next For The Guys?

Kelley, who is only 37 years old, will spend time in Florida working on his solo songs. Some lucky fans are expected to hear his solo songs before anybody else!

Hubbard, who is only 35 years old, will also pursue a solo career, releasing an album next year. He will also be touring the country with Keith Urban and Ingrid Andress.

 

Before concluding the show, Hubbard addressed the audience again, saying, “What a beautiful evening, thank you guys for celebrating with us.” Man, I adore you, BK. Thank you one again. It’s been a memorable evening for us. “We adore you all.”

They departed the stage in different ways after the performance.

Some admirers anticipated the split. Hubbard unfollowed Kelley on Instagram earlier in 2020; Kelley backed Trump, while Hubbard supported Biden. They stated that they will be taking a hiatus at the beginning of this year.

It’s a cliche word for when things aren’t going well and a band decides to break up, which is precisely what occurred here. Although the breakup has disappointed fans, they are thrilled to see what they have in store as solo artists.

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