Tyler Hubbard Short Hair

Is Tyler Hubbard Short Hair?

Florida Georgia Line and their hit song, “Cruise,” have long been at the forefront of country music culture, setting an example for young listeners across all genres. Now one member of this duo, Tyler Hubbard, is branching off into solo act territory by releasing an 18-song album simply entitled Tyler Hubbard.

Hubbard has composed and co-written most of the tracks on his new release with Nashville writers such as Ross Copperman, Rhett Akins and Zach Kale to showcase his vocal abilities. While some tracks might feel uneven at times, overall it makes an encouraging debut album from him.

Hubbard can be seen playing guitar and singing for an audience in his debut single from his forthcoming solo album. Singer-songwriter Kelsea Ballerini can also be seen making an appearance, appearing as she dances across a dance floor in front of an audience. This single is sure to get fans excited for Tyler’s solo album release and demonstrate his promise as an artist.

As Hubbard prepares to embark on his solo career, he has taken an unconventional step with his appearance. The singer recently cut his long locks short and now sports a much shorter, buzzed style; sure to surprise some of the FGL followers who have watched this frontman over time.

Hubbard’s haircut marks an interesting departure from his signature long bob and man bun style of recent years, featuring short-shaved sides which leave his top hair slightly longer and give an almost mullet-like effect. Fans have responded positively and seem to enjoy seeing Hubbard perform solo as an artist.

Recently in Nashville, former FGL member Ben Hubbard opened for Keith Urban on his The Speed of Now Tour. While their show wasn’t the high-energy affair they had become known for with FGL, it was evident that Hubbard still cared deeply for both his old bandmates and their music.

Hubbard joins an increasing list of country stars who are speaking out about gun control issues. He recently posted a video message supporting TOMS founder Blake Mycoskie’s End Gun Violence Together campaign along with Joe Jonas, Dierks Bentley and Josh Duhamel – proud gun owners themselves themselves who take seriously their right to own firearms.

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