Dustin Lynch

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“Where It’s At” and “Hell of a Night” singer blends who blends classic country with edgy pop; Big Loud Records’ Chris Lane opens

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Dustin Lynch

  • Dustin Lynch’s biggest influences: a group of country music luminaries he calls “the class of ‘89”
  • Members of that class: Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks, and Clint Black, who all had their first big successes in that year
  • What Lynch was up to that year: presumably wowing his preschool teachers during class sing-alongs
  • His first single: “Cowboys and Angels,” a sweepingly romantic tune that showcases his smoky baritone to great effect
  • His latest singles: “Where It’s At” and “Hell of a Night,” both from his sophomore album, also called Where It’s At, which debuted at #1 on the iTunes country albums chart upon release and has reached over 1 million tracks sold
  • Where “Where It’s At” placed on the charts: a Platinum-certified track that has spent multiple weeks at #1 on the charts, including over 16.8 million streams on Spotify

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