Music: Dustin Lynch

A dozen years ago, Dustin Lynch lit out from his tiny hometown of Tullahoma, Tenn., for the brighter lights and bigger city of Nashville, Tenn., with the express purpose of hitting Music City’s fame lottery.

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Dustin Lynch

A dozen years ago, Dustin Lynch lit out from his tiny hometown of Tullahoma, Tenn., for the brighter lights and bigger city of Nashville, Tenn., with the express purpose of hitting Music City’s fame lottery. Lynch’s odds were fairly long; he was only 18 with no particular musical cred, headed into the belly of the Country beast where the only warmth on cold nights is often the arson fire the city makes of your dreams. Luckily, Lynch understood how to combine his love of next-generation Country traditionalists like George Strait, Alan Jackson and Garth Brooks with his youthful energy and contemporary edge, and after nine long years of sweat and toil, Lynch hit with his first single, the Platinum-selling “Cowboys and Angels,” from his self-titled 2012 debut album. Read more about Lynch in this week's Sound Advice


See Dustin Lynch with Chris Lane and Tyler Rich Thursday at Bogart's. More info/tickets: bogarts.com.


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