Broken Bow Records star Dustin Lynch lays out the welcome mat to TULLAHOMA
today (1/17), taking a deep dive into the world of a true “Small Town
Boy” with the release of his passion-project fourth album.
“Lynch finds his lane” on the vivid concept LP dedicated to the people
and lifestyle of his Tennessee hometown. Featuring 11 tracks painted in
the red-hot sonics of modern Country and produced by longtime
collaborator Zach Crowell, its release follows the multi-week #1 hit,
“Ridin’ Roads” – Lynch’s seventh career chart-topper and second straight
as a writer.
Tonight only, Lynch will celebrate the album’s arrival with a special show at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works – transporting TULLAHOMA north to Music City for a one-time concert experience – and then the acclaimed Country favorite hits the highway.
On January 21 he’ll appear on ABC’s Good Morning America to perform the swerving “Ridin’ Roads.” Later that night, he’ll toast to TULLAHOMA with his iHeartCountry Album Release Party at the iHeartRadio Theater New York. Airing live at 7 p.m. ET on LiveXLive
and 7 p.m. local time on iHeartMedia’s Mainstream Country radio
stations, the exclusive 60-minute special will feature an intimate
Q&A and LIVE performance from Lynch, all hosted by The Bobby Bones Show’s Amy Brown.
Next, Lynch puts the hammer down on his headlining STAY COUNTRY TOUR
2020, kicking off January 30 in Detroit, MI, and featuring 15 dates with
newcomer Travis Denning in support.
He’ll then perform on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! Outdoor Stage in
February, before finishing his headline run and launching straight into a
busy summer concert schedule – a non-stop trek featuring a direct
support slot on Old Dominion’s WE ARE OLD DOMINION TOUR, plus a number
of high-profile festivals like Stagecoach, Country Thunder, and more.