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Dustin Lynch plots home-grown fourth studio album and a new tour for January 2020

Dustin Lynch plots home-grown fourth studio album and a new tour for January 2020

Connor Dwyer / BBR Music GroupCountry music’s very own “Small Town Boy” will return in early 2020. Dustin Lynch has revealed plans for his next studio album, Tullahoma, along with a just-announced batch of tour dates. 

Set for release on January 17, Tullahoma takes its name from Dustin’s Tennessee hometown. In a press release, the singer explains that its songs will be some of the most personal he’s ever released.

“It’s all about me and growing up in my hometown,” he explains. “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.”

The new project will include the three songs on Dustin’s Ridin’ Roads EP, including his latest country radio chart-topper, “Good Girl.”

Dustin will celebrate the album with the aptly titled Stay Country Tour, which kicks off on January 30 in Detroit, Michigan. Rising star Travis Denning will join him on the road. 

Here are all of Dustin’s new 2020 tour dates:

1/30 — Detroit, MI, The Filmore
1/31 — Troy, OH, Hobart Arena
2/1 — Athens, OH, Memorial Auditorium
2/7 — Norman, OK, Riverwind Casino
2/8 — San Antonio, TX, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo
2/13 — Madison, WI, The Sylvee
2/14 — Kansas City, MO, Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
2/15 — Prior Lake, MN, Mystic Lake Casino
2/28 — Bensalem, PA, Parx Casino
2/29 — Verona, NY, Turning Stone Resort Casino
3/1 — Boston, MA, House of Blues
3/13 — Reno, NV, Silver Legacy Resort Casino
3/14 — Bakersfield, CA, Rabobank Theatre
3/27 — Pittsburgh, PA, Stage AE
3/28 — Pleasant, MI, Soaring Eagle Casino

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