Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Is Back Onstage After Motorbike Wreck

Opened for Jason Aldean in Michigan.

Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line was back onstage Thursday night (Feb. 20), four days after crashing his motorbike and hurting his back.

Tyler was attempting to do a jump on his bike Sunday (Feb. 16) when he crashed. He went to the hospital for treatment, and doctors sent him home to recuperate.

Tyler had to skip a show for Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, and that’s when his partner, Brian Kelley, revealed the accident.

But Tyler, as promised, was back alongside Brian on Thursday, opening for Jason Aldean in Grand Rapids, Mich.

Of the show, one reviewer wrote, “Kelley and Hubbard pumped their fists and postured for 45 minutes”—so we’re guessing Tyler’s back feels much better.

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