Rave reviews for Broken Bow Records star Dustin Lynch and his TULLAHOMA LP continue to roll in, as the Country star celebrates his fourth straight Top 5 Billboard Country Album.
Inspired by his Tennessee hometown and released on the heels of
back-to-back GOLD-certified #1s “Ridin’ Roads” and “Good Girl,” the
project’s success marks a new creative high for the seven-time
chart-topper – and also a new level of critical acclaim.
Named one of PEOPLE’s Picks, the magazine states “TULLAHOMA –
the name of Lynch’s Tennessee hometown – is rarely far from his mind
here, even when he’s contemplating its evolution into ‘high-rise heaven’
(‘Dirt Road’). The album’s pop-fluent production befits a contemporary
Meanwhile, iconic tastemaker Rolling Stone also highlights the
“young hitmaker” in their February print edition, proclaiming Lynch “has
stepped up his ambition for a concept LP about his Southern Tennessee
hometown. Alongside typical dirt-road homages and back-yard come-ons
(see ‘Red Dirt, Blue Eyes’) are unexpected moments of tension from this
the heat on, Lynch’s scorched-earth standout, “Momma’s House,” is now
spinning on Country radio airwaves nationwide and he’ll bring a fiery
performance of the new single to ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! Outdoor
Stage on February 25. Having already kicked off his headlining STAY
COUNTRY TOUR 2020, the hitmaker’s busy concert schedule will then find
him supporting Old Dominion’s WE ARE OLD DOMINION TOUR starting May 14
in Greensboro, NC, while also appearing at high-profile summer festivals
like Stagecoach, Country Thunder, the iHeartCountry Festival and more.