RAISES OVER $36,000 FOR HOMETOWN CHARITIES STAY COUNTRY HEADLINE TOUR ON TAP FOR 2020; FOURTH ALBUM, TULLAHOMA, OUT JANUARY 17
DUSTIN LYNCH WITH TULLAHOMA FIRE DEPARTMENT FIREFIGHTERS AND FIRE CHIEF RICHARD SHASTEENPhoto Credit: Daniel Vorlet
NASHVILLE, TENN. (December 19, 2019) – In the spirit of the holiday season, Broken Bow Records superstar Dustin Lynch continued his tradition of giving back to the town that built him with the 6th annual Dustin Lynch & Friends Benefit Concert on December 17 in Tullahoma, TN, raising over $36,000 for local charities Isaiah 117 House and the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center in addition to collecting toys for the Tullahoma Fire Department’s Toys for Tots drive.
The annual show brought locals, family and friends alike to Tullahoma High School for a night of music and celebration, where Nashville mainstay songwriters delighted with an intimate “in the round” style performance. Hunter Phelps, Jon Nite and Rodney Clawson made the 78 mile trip down the road to play their chart-toppers alongside hometown hero Lynch, who treated the crowd to acoustic renditions of his own #1 hits “Good Girl” and “Small Town Boy,” as well as current Top 5 and rising single, “Ridin’ Roads.”
His return to the cornerstone town is fitting, with the release of his highly-anticipated fourth album, TULLAHOMA, just around the corner. On January 17, 2020, Lynch will launch his “most personal album to date,” complete with 6 songwriting cuts from Lynch as well as contributions from Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley, Old Dominion’s Matt Ramsey and beloved late producer and songwriter busbee.
His headlining STAY COUNTRY TOUR 2020 will kick off soon after, starting January 30 in Detroit, MI, with special guest Travis Denning.
Article Courtesy of Country Music News Blog