Early this month, just before the CMA Awards in Nashville, Tyler Hubbard had tested positive for COVID-19. The Florida Georgia Line musician spent more than a week quarantined in his tour bus, parked in his driveway.
He has now joined his family. He shared a family dinner photo with him, his wife and their children. He shared a health update with his record label stating that he’s doing good.
“Honestly, I feel really fortunate. I was able to have 13 days of alone time on the bus, which was bittersweet. I missed my family like crazy, but I didn’t feel terrible, so I got to make most of it. I wrote a bunch of songs and made the most of time, you know. And it’s kind of flew by but I feel great.”
The Georgia native and his family took a quick trip to California after Nelly had invited the musical duo of Florida Georgia Line to perform their recent collaboration, “Lil Bit.” Brian Kelley, Hubbard’s bandmate and the second member of the duo, couldn’t join in on “Good Morning America.” However, Hubbard said that all was well with his bandmate, dispelling rumors of a possible breakup. He also said that the duo has signed a new touring deal with Live Nation.
Source Pop Culture