Since his debut platinum-certified single “Cowboys and Angels,” Dustin Lynch has “steadily built one of the most consistent recording careers in modern music” (Billboard) with six #1 hits, three top 5 albums and tours with the genre’s biggest names like Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line and Brad Paisley.
The Broken Bow Records hit-maker Dustin Lynch is using his fourth album to recount the Country saga of a true “Small Town Boy,” setting Jan. 17 for the release of “Tullahoma.”
Named after the acclaimed star’s Tennessee hometown, the ambitious self-portrait comes after eight years of sustained success which also includes six Gold and Platinum certifications and membership in the historic Grand Ole Opry – but it finds Lynch taking stock of himself like never before.
“It’s all about me and growing up in my hometown,” he explains. “Every song on this album points to something that happened to me or my close friends and family, and that’s really cool. I’m very proud of where I’m from, and proud of this record because it will hopefully make my hometown a little more famous than it already is.”
Incorporating the three songs on Lynch’s “Ridin’ Roads” EP, including his current single of the same name and most-recent #1 “Good Girl,” “Tullahoma” marks a creative step forward for both the artist and his co-writer/co-producer, Zach Crowell. The longtime friends spearheaded the project from start to finish – the first time Lynch used a single producer for a whole album – letting a universal story about coming of age and discovering yourself unfold.