Dustin Lynch Gives Back To His Hometown In Tennessee
Dustin Lynch continued his tradition of giving back to his hometown with the 6th annual Dustin Lynch & Friends Benefit Concert on December 17 in Tullahoma, Tennessee.
He raised over $36,000 for local charities Isaiah 117 House and the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center in addition to collecting toys for the Tullahoma Fire Department’s Toys for Tots drive.
The annual show brought locals, family and friends alike to Tullahoma High School for a night of music and celebration, where Nashville songwriters performed with an intimate “in the round” style performance.
Hunter Phelps, Jon Nite and Rodney Clawson played their chart-toppers alongside Lynch, who treated the crowd to acoustic renditions of his own #1 hits “Good Girl” and “Small Town Boy,” as well as current Top 5 and rising single, “Ridin’ Roads.”
Dustin’s upcoming album release is named after his Tennessee hometown. He posted to Instagram recently, “The new album is titled ‘Tullahoma’ for one reason – It’s a tip of the hat to my hometown. Every song on this album is something I’ve lived. Can’t wait for y’all to hear it on January 17!”