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Tyler Hubbard's face and name are very familiar - and his voice is a staple on country music radio. He's accumulated 20 No. 1 hits with songs now woven into the fabric of music culture. However, he's never made a project bearing solely his name – telling his story – until now.


Hubbard cruised into country music a decade ago as the lead singer of multi-platinum selling duo Florida Georgia Line. The pair had hits including "Cruise," "H.O.L.Y." and "Meant To Be." Hubbard was a 24-year old when FGL took off. Now, he’s a married father of three. "I do hope that the FGL fans will hear this and know I'm still there for them," Hubbard says. While there's still plenty of fun and lighthearted music on Hubbard's debut album, there's also a depth that comes with growing up.


"I'm thankful for the last 10 years as one half of FGL," Hubbard says. "But there's a lot more layers to who I am. As a duo partner, you are respectful of one another's stories and stick to common ground. I wanted to make music that let the fans into my life on a little bit deeper level."


Tyler Hubbard, the debut solo album, releases January 27, 2023. Making a solo project was never part of Hubbard’s plan. As a songwriter who has had more than 100 songs recorded by artists including FGL, Jason Aldean, Chris Tomlin, Zac Brown and Kane Brown, Hubbard thought he could be happy as a songwriter for other artists. And he was, but the more Hubbard wrote, the more he realized many of the songs were telling his own story, through his music.


“The majority of songs on this project came from the last couple of years of writing, but I was in a different headspace then. I believed I was writing for other artists – I’m passionate about songwriting,” says Hubbard. “I would write and get the demos back and realize that I love these songs and there’s a part of me in them, something I connected with on a more personal level.” Eventually, Hubbard decided it was time to put out his own solo album.

Nine months later, he released his debut solo single “5 Foot 9,” written by Hubbard, Jaren Johnston and Chase McGill. By November of 2022, it became Hubbard’s 20th No. 1 hit.


"I really set out to write this album for the fans who have allowed me to do what I love," Hubbard says. "I wanted to make a country album that was authentic to who I am. I’m a husband, father, and man of faith, and these things all shape the stories I am telling through my music as a solo artist. I want to represent where I am today and where I’ve been as well.”

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