Tyler Hubbard

As a member of the multi-platinum country duo Florida Georgia Line, Tyler Hubbard – born in Monroe, Georgia on January 31, 1987 - became one of the world's best-selling country musicians during the 2010s, co-writing a number of hit songs for other artists along the way. He was born in Georgia and moved to Nashville in 2007 to attend college at Belmont University. There, he met fellow musician Brian Kelley, with whom he formed Florida Georgia Line in 2010. The band's diamond-certified debut single, "Cruise," was released in 2012 and quickly became the highest-selling digital country single of all time, topping the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for a record-setting 24 weeks while pushing the group's full-length debut, Here's to the Good Times, to double-platinum sales. By the decade's end, Florida Georgia Line had charted 18 platinum singles and three platinum albums. Tyler Hubbard, who co-wrote the majority of the band's material, also enjoyed success as a songwriter for country artists in America and Canada, penning Number 1 hits like Cole Swindell's "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight," Jason Aldean's "Lights Come On," Dean Brody's "Boys," and Dallas Smith's "Timeless." During the weeks leading up to the release of Florida Georgia Line's fifth studio album, Life Rolls On, in early 2021, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley both announced their decision to pursue concurrent solo careers without leaving the band. Tyler Hubbard made good on that promise with "Undivided." Recorded with country singer Tim McGraw and debuted live on American television during the evening of President Biden's inauguration, the song debuted at Number 19 on the Country Airplay chart, giving him his first Top 40 hit as a solo artist. After collaborating on songs with rapper Lathan Warlick and country singer Thomas Rhett, Tyler Hubbard signed a solo deal with EMI Nashville and released his debut self-titled solo album in January 2023. The album, which reached Number 8 on Billboard’s Country Albums chart, featured the singles “5 Foot 9” and “Dancin’ in the Country.”

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