As summer comes to a close in many northern regions of the United States, one half of the country duo, Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley, is still celebrating warm weather atop his boat named after his wife. The boat deemed the Brittney Marie, is a large white fishing boat, meant for warm weather, ocean breezes, and good times had by all aboard.
He captioned the photo, featuring the bright white boat against clear, calm waters, “I’m gonna make your name, one of them boat names.” The boat itself sports its name, “Brittney Marie,” off of its back end.
Fans shared their thoughts on the photos and the boat, complimenting its appearance and wishing the Florida half of FGL a great weekend.
“Have a great weekend my fl panhandle brother,” wrote one of Brian Kelley’s fans. “What a beauty!” commented several other of the country star’s followers. “It’s a good day for a boat ride,” commented one of BK’s fans. To be quite honest, I can’t help but be a little jealous as this Northeastern residing Outsider heads into a weekend of 50-degree lows.
Regardless, Brian Kelley, the Brittney Marie, and the Florida native’s solo album received a lot of love in the comments, and we are excited to hear more from the Florida Georgia Line star himself.
Florida Georgia Line Canceled Their 2021 Tour Amid Rising COVID Cases
While Brian Kelley relaxes on the Brittney Marie this weekend, the other half of Florida Georgia Line, the Georgia half to be specific, spoke out about the cancelation of the duo’s tour later last month. While Outsiders across the nation experienced major disappointment, Florida Georgia Line made the difficult decision among rising COVID-19 cases.
“We’ve been faced with one of the toughest decisions we’ve had to make in a while,” Hubbard stated. He explained that due to the rising COVID-19 cases, their decision came amidst efforts to keep family members, band and crew members, friends, and fans out of harm’s way.
“This breaks our hearts,” Hubbard said.
Additionally, rumors began going around that, following the release of bandmate Brian Kelley’s solo album, that the beloved duo had met their end. However, earlier this year, Hubbard graciously put country music fans’ hearts and minds at ease, reassuring us that the two have no intention of splitting up.
“We’ve always been a package deal,” Hubbard said of Florida Georgia Line. “Just to clarify…We’re not breaking up. We’re just venturing out.”
And in this way, while different, fans get a taste of both Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard on their own as they are able to explore their talents in new, more personal ways. And who’s to benefit besides the fans?