Country hitmaker Dustin Lynch earned his reputation as a “one-of-a-kind natural showman” (Morning Hangover) this weekend as he kicked off his headlining THE RIDE OR DIE TOUR before heading back to Music City to celebrate CMA Awards week with multiple high-profile appearances.
The Broken Bow Records star debuted his exhilarating new live show with back-to-back, packed-house stops on THE RIDE OR DIE TOUR beginning Friday (11/3) in Fayetteville, NC at the Crown Coliseum, and again on Saturday (11/4) at the Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta, GA. Openers Michael Ray and LANCO rounded out the bill both nights.
At the SESAC Nashville Music Awards Sunday (11/5), Lynch honored 2017 Legacy Award recipient Kenny Rogers, performing the Country Music Hall of Famer’s iconic hit “The Gambler.”
Continuing the Country music celebrations, fans from coast to coast can catch Lynch as a featured presenter during The 51st Annual CMA Awards Wednesday (11/8) on ABC.
Meanwhile, Lynch’s just-released single “I’d Be Jealous Too” is primed to take the charts by storm. The opening track to his acclaimed third studio album CURRENT MOOD, the “well-written, smartly-produced anthem” (Taste of Country) follows his fifth consecutive #1 hit “Small Town Boy,” which Lynch will perform live from New York City during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade November 23 on NBC.
THE RIDE OR DIE TOUR rolls on Friday (11/10) in Oklahoma City, OK. LANCO, Ryan Hurd, Mitchell Tenpenny, and Tyler Rich serve as support on select upcoming dates.