Tyler Hubbard Took His Sons To A Morgan Wallen Concert
Tyler Hubbard took his five-year-old daughter Liv to a Taylor Swift show last month, and he said she had the best time of her life. Not long after, Hubbard and his wife decided to take their toddler boys, Luca and Atlas, to see a Morgan Mallen show.
Tyler told us, “The next week (after Swift’s show), we were like, ‘We’ve got to take the boys somewhere.’ So we took both the boys to Morgan Wallen and watched him and HARDY and Ernest and Bailey (Zimmerman) do their thing.”
He admitted that it wasn’t quite as mindbending as Swift’s show, “I didn’t get to learn as much as I did as Taylor Swift, but I was still taking notes. I’m still learning. That in itself took me back to some good times, and it was good to see those guys; it was really fun to take the boys and let them have the same experience and watch them just fall in love with live music and have a ball. It was great.”
Hubbard notes that he sees a lot more little kids at his own concerts. He said, “Yeah, just their connection that you’re out here with your five, six, seven, eight-year-old kid making memories. It’s just so special that I am a part of that. What an honor. I should probably start acknowledging that from the stage because there’s definitely a lot of first-timers at shows these days. A lot of younger kids, and it’s really fun. I see a lot of signs that say it’s my first concert.”
Hubbard recently told us just how special the night was when he took Liv to see Taylor Swift in concert. Tyler gushed, “It was a special moment in itself just to be able to experience the excitement of our daughter. She’s five, and it was the best night of her life. It literally made me emotional just being there and watching her experience music like that for the first time.”
Hubbard even told us that he was learning from watching Swift on stage, “Yeah, there were many, many layers as to why that night was so special, but I was still taking notes and still learning from Taylor just like I was when we were out on tour with her.”
He continued, “I wasn’t listening to Taylor Swift songs but watching her show, the intentionality and the rehearsal and the production and everything single aspect of it is just next level. As an artist and a creative, I am a fan of her work, but I also get the honor of sitting back there and taking notes.”