Dustin Lynch helped raise more than $36,000 for his hometown of Tullahoma, Tenn., during his sixth annual Dustin Lynch & Friends Benefit Concert on Dec. 17. The annual show at Tullahoma High School, which featured performances by Dustin, Hunter Phelps, Jon Nite and Rodney Clawson, will benefit local charities Isaiah 117 House, the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center and Toys for Tots.
Dustin will follow-up his 2017 album, Current Mood, with the release of his fourth studio album, Tullahoma, on Jan. 17. The new project takes its name from Dustin’s Tennessee hometown, which is about 80 miles southeast of Nashville.
“It’s all about me and growing up in my hometown,” says Dustin. “Every song on this album points to something that happened to me or my close friends and family, and that’s really cool. I’m very proud of where I’m from, and proud of this record because it will hopefully make my hometown a little more famous than it already is.”
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