During his set on the Light the Fuse Tour, Lynch says he has a medley that includes “Dust on the Bottle,” Justin Timberlake’s “Rock Your Body” and Trey Songz’ “Say Aah.” It’s “way out there,” he says, “but weirdly enough, it works.”
This month, Keith Urban, Little Big Town andDustin Lynch began a brand-new adventure together. It’s called the Light the Fuse Tour, and it’s taking the artists across the U.S. throughout the summer and fall.
Some of country music’s best and brightest new artists (and one lone rock guy) are letting you in on their NCAA Tournament brackets. How do your picks stack up against those from Brett Eldredge, Scotty McCreery, Dustin Lynch and 3 Doors Down’s Greg Upchurch?
The boys in Florida Georgia Line return with another round of NFL picks this week, and this time they’re joined by Dustin Lynch.
What do you get when you throw Dustin Lynch, Little Big Town and Keith Urban in a car together? A whole lot of FUN! Enjoy!
“American Idol” isn’t the only thing on Keith’s mind these days. So where will he play? And who is coming along for the ride?
Dustin Lynch has a prominent future in country. This past June he said his song “Cowboys and Angels” is changing his life. Little did he know how much change would occur.
Detroit may not be the first city that comes to mind when you think ‘country music.’ This past weekend, though, the Motor City is all about honky tonk, thanks to the annual Downtown Hoedown, a country music extravaganza that has been taking over downtown Detroit each summer for the past 30 years.
Twenty-seven-year-old Tennessee native Dustin Lynch is set to release his self-titled debut album this summer (August 21 on Broken Bow), and the centerpiece of that release will be a single he’s been working the past few months, “Cowboys and Angels.”
Detroit may not be the first city that comes to mind when you think ‘country music.’ This weekend, though, the Motor City is all about honky tonk, thanks to the annual Downtown Hoedown, a country music extravaganza that has been taking over downtown Detroit each summer for the past 30 years.