Dustin Lynch's fourth studio album, Tullahoma, arrives at retail today (Friday, Jan. 17th). The project will include his last two Number One hits — "Good Girl" and "Ridin' Roads" — as well as his new single, "Momma's House."
The album is named after Dustin's Tennessee hometown, and it was inspired by the small town boys in his life. He explains: ["This was an album that my producer, Zach Crowell, and I, we kind of set out with the intention of making from day one, and that intention was, 'Let's make a record for the small town boy, that character. Who is that guy in my song,' and I kind of have a mental picture of who that is. I think it's a combination of a lot of my close buddies from back home and my close buddies that I have now, too, that are in my inner circle of friends."] SOUNDCUE (:28 OC: . . . circle of friends.)
Dustin kicks off his headlining Stay Country Tour 2020 on January 30th in Detroit, Michigan where he'll be joined by newcomer Travis Denning.
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