Tyler Hubbard earns third consecutive No. 1 on Country Airplay with “Back Then Right Now”

Tyler Hubbard with Florida Georgia Line performing during the "Can't Say I Ain't Country" Tour on July 20^ 2019 at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater.

Tyler Hubbard has earned his third consecutive solo No. 1 on the Country Airplay charts with his single “Back Then Right Now”. The song landed on top of the Country Aircheck and Billboard Country Airplay charts after spending two weeks at the No. 1 spot in Canada.

“Back Then Right Now” is co-written by Hubbard, Jessie Jo Dillon, David Garcia and Geoff Warburton, and co-produced it with Jordan Schmidt. It’s the lead single from Hubbard’s sophomore LP, Strong, and has amassed more than 78 million cumulative streams to date.

Hubbard said: “I’m so thankful to have my third consecutive No. 1 single on country radio, and it feels surreal to have it happen on the second anniversary of starting this journey with the release of ‘5 Foot 9.’  The past two years have been amazing, and I’m grateful for all the support from country radio, the fans, and my UMG Nashville/EMI team. I’m excited to keep it going and keep telling my story through my music, songwriting, and live shows, and I’m happy we’re all on this ride together.”

Hubbard also recently announced his headlining Strong World Tour, kicking-off in Indianapolis on September 6th and ending with a hometown show at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on November 21st. Hubbard is also touring with Kane Brown as part of the In The Air Tour. 

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