Dustin Lynch gathered friends, family and the country music community on Tuesday (5/30) to celebrate another sign of his climb toward superstardom – his fourth straight #1 single, “Seein’ Red”
Heading back to his old stomping grounds, Lynch and company threw their party at The Stage, one of Nashville’s famous Lower Broadway honky tonks. The Stage is where Lynch first cut his teeth as a performer, arriving in Music City to play four-hour sets for nothing more than tips and the smiling faces of country fans – while also forging a friendship with a hero-turned-pal named Dierks Bentley.
It was a full-circle moment for the Tennessee native, who spoke to the crowd about how far he’s come and where he’s headed next.
Co-written by ASCAP songwriter Kurt Allison, SESAC songwriter Steve Bogard, BMI songwriter Tully Kennedy and ASCAP songwriter Jason Sever, “Seein’ Red” is a propulsive, modern-country anthem of unrestrained desire, and the first song released from Lynch’s upcoming third album. It follows the three-peat GOLD and PLATINUM #1 success of singles “Where It’s At,” “Hell of a Night” and “Mind Reader” from his sophomore project, Where It’s At.
A natural counterpoint to the hot-and-lusty “Seein’ Red” Lynch’s new single “Small Town Boy” is a cool-handed declaration of true love and a laid-back country jam perfect for windows-down summertime cruising. It’s currently TOP 10 on the iTunes Country Songs chart and flying up Billboard’s Country Airplay chart, already inside the TOP 25.
Meanwhile, Lynch has just kicked off another summer of non-stop shows in front of massive audiences. Embarking on Brad Paisley’s Weekend Warrior Tour as the featured supporting artist, Lynch will play dozens of dates between now and late September stretching from California to Massachusetts.
For more information, visit DustinLynchMusic.com.