For Dustin Lynch, a winter tour will be “Where It’s At.” The country singer will hit the road this fall and winter for the Taste of Country Christmas Tour.
The cowboy-hatted “Where It’s At” singer told Radio.com that Serendipity was a favorite New York City spot, so we sat down there with him to talk desserts, hats and his brand-new album, which hits stores today.
We sat down with Jake Owen, Thompson Square, Chase Rice and Dustin Lynch to learn which songs they’re jamming to on the beach or the lake. Here’s their picks.
Las Vegas has gone country. Today (July 17), the inaugural Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival was announced and the lineup includes A-list artists like Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley and Brandley Gilbert.
For Dustin Lynch, September 9 is Where It’s At. That’s when the country singer will release his sophomore album on Broken Bow Records, taking the name off his current single “Where It’s At.”
“It’s a new chapter for me musically,” Dustin Lynch said of his new single. “The song is actually a new kind of groove for me. It’s something we haven’t put out to radio yet. It’s less stomping of the boots and more hands in the air kind of thing.”
“Where It’s At” is the lead single from the “Cowboys and Angels” singer’s sophomore album, which is coming later this year and “is going to be a lot different.”
During our Country Jet Set Tour, we stopped in Louisiana to catch up with Dustin Lynch, who’s currently on Keith Urban’s Light the Fuse Tour. He talked about how he’s constantly tweaking his set based on venues and audience reactions.
The annual country festival in California will also feature Florida Georgia Line, Jennifer Nettles, Loretta Lynn, Hunter Hayes and many more.
During his set on the Light the Fuse Tour, Lynch says he has a medley that includes “Dust on the Bottle,” Justin Timberlake’s “Rock Your Body” and Trey Songz’ “Say Aah.” It’s “way out there,” he says, “but weirdly enough, it works.”
Keith Urban, Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch hit Charlotte, N.C. this week on one of the first “Light the Fuse” tour dates. Read a review and see the set list.
This week, March 25-29, has a pretty good mix of old and new acts coming to late night TV, and all genre bases are covered. Here are the highlights.