Taken from Tyler Hubbard's set at The Great Allentown Fair in Allentown, PA on August 31, 2023
Since Florida Georgia Line parted ways, Tyler Hubbard has been carving out his own lane as a hit songsmith, exploring noticeably more mature and introspective themes since going solo.
Epitomising this is his sweet, warm-hearted chart-topper, ‘5 Foot 9’, which has become a staple in his 2023 setlist, as have other stand-outs from Tyler's self-titled 2023 album, such as ‘Me For Me’, ‘I'm the Only One’, ‘Small Town Me’, ‘Tough’, ‘35's’ and ‘By The Way’.
Throughout the Fall, the Georgia native will be opening for Old Dominion on a slew of dates across states such as South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia and Georgia.
Fans attending any of these shows can look forward to uptempo, high-energy renditions of tracks such as ‘Everybody Needs A Bar’, ‘Out This Way’ and ‘Baby Gets Her Lovin’.
So far this year, Tyler Hubbard has been opting for the soulful, faith-filled ballad, ‘Way Home’, as his main set closer, before returning for a two-song encore.
Unsurprisingly, Tyler Hubbard's second solo No. 1 single at Country Radio, the infectious earworm, ‘Dancin’ in the Country’, tends to be the final song he performs. When Tyler is the support act, this finale always sends a jolt of electricity coursing through the audience before the headliner arrives on-stage.
Prior to the 36-year-old's first few solo performances, one of the burning questions among fans was whether he'd be including any Florida Georgia Line hits in his setlist.
Thankfully, Tyler Hubbard usually performs Florida Georgia Line's monster hit, ‘Cruise’, as well as their record-breaking collaboration with Bebe Rexha, ‘Meant to Be’.
From time to time, the singer-songwriter also covers Jason Aldean's chart-topping 2018 track, ‘You Make It Easy’, which was penned by Tyler alongside his Florida Georgia Line co-founder, Brian Kelley, as well as Morgan Wallen and Jordan Schmidt.
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