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Info From Music Row with Leuck and Howe 05/13/2022

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Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley already released his own solo material, and now it’s Tyler Hubbard’s turn. Tyler just announced he’ll be dropping the new single “5 Foot 9” next Friday (May 20th), the first single from his debut solo album. “Songwriting is central to everything I do as an artist,” Tyler shares. “It has allowed me to connect with fans for many years, and I’m excited for everyone to hear new music for a new chapter in my career.” Tyler wrote “5 Foot 9” with Jaren Johnston and Chase McGill, and worked with several other songwriters for the album, including Ross CoppermanRhett AkinsJon NiteJesse FrasureAshley GorleyKeith UrbanThomas Rhett and more. Check out a short preview of the song below. 

Music fans will now be able to watch three of this year’s biggest music festivals from the comfort of their homes. Hulu has teamed with Live Nation to become the official destination for livestreams of the upcoming Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and Austin City Limits Music Festivals, for both this year and next year. Hulu will have two different live feeds for each festival, running Friday through Sunday, while both Bonnaroo and Lolla will have one feed for Thursday. Some select performances will air exclusively for subscribers of Hulu SVOD at no cost, plus there will be behind-the-scenes footage and more. Up first is Bonnaroo, which runs June 16th to 19th, with headliners J.Cole, Tool and Stevie Nicks, with Lolla to follow July 28th to 31st, featuring headliners Metallica, Dua Lipa, J.Cole and Green Day. ACL takes place over two weekends, October 7th to 9th and October 14th to 16th, with headliners Red Hot Chili Peppers, PinkThe Chicks, Kacey Musgraves, SZAFlumeParamore, and Lil Nas X.


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