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With three consecutive #1s under his belt, country star Dustin Lynch will perform his irresistible new single “Seein’ Red” on Conan July 6th. Making its television debut, “Seein’ Red” (written by Tully Kennedy, Kurt Allison, Steve Bogard, Jason Sever) is the first single off of Lynch’s third studio album and is available here.
Named by FOX NEWS as country music’s “next big thing,” he is currently in the studio working on the follow-up to his smash sophomore album, Where It’s At, in between opening dates on Luke Bryan’s Kill the Lights Tour tour. This fall, he will join Chris Young’s I’m Comin’ Over tour as direct support.
For more information, visit DustinLynchMusic.com
With three consecutive #1s under his belt, rising country star Dustin Lynch is giving country listeners a taste of his third studio album with the release of its first single, “Seein’ Red,” to radio nationwide TODAY, Friday (June 24). “Seein’ Red” is available across all digital retailers and streaming partners at: http://geni.us/seeinred.
“’Seein’ Red’ is the perfect introduction to where I am in life and what this next chapter of music represents,” says Lynch. “It’s fun, sexy, energetic, and makes me want to dance all over somebody.”
“Seein’ Red” (written by Tully Kennedy, Kurt Allison, Steve Bogard, Jason Sever) will make its television debut when Lynch appears on CONAN July 6 (TBS, 11/10 pm CT). The Tullahoma, TN, native is becoming a not-to-be-missed live performer both on screen and off, and his high-energy performance on FOX & Friends’ All American Summer Concert Series over Memorial Day weekend won raves behind the strength of his most recent #1, “Mind Reader.”
Named by FOX NEWS as country music’s “next big thing,” Lynch recently launched his new clothing line, STAY COUNTRY, with a sold-out CMA Fest appearance at The Stage in downtown Nashville. He is currently in the studio working on the follow-up to his smash sophomore album, WHERE IT’S AT, in between opening dates on Luke Bryan’s KILL THE LIGHTS tour. This fall, he will join Chris Young’s I’M COMIN’ OVER tour as direct support.
Following a headlining performance at the “Music City Gives Back” concert, Dustin Lynch closed out CMA Music Festival with a performance at The Stage in downtown Nashville Sunday (6/12) to celebrate the launch of his clothing line “Stay Country.” The country star entertained the packed audience with his high energy set, including #1 smash “Mind Reader,” a preview of new music with “Small Town Boy Like Me,” and a round of karaoke roulette with special guests Tyler Rich and Adam Sanders. Before doors opened, fans lined up all the way down the main drive of Broadway to claim their spot for the free show and have the opportunity to purchase items from the “Stay Country” line.
“Stay Country isn’t just a brand, it’s a lifestyle,” says Lynch. “It’s where I grew up. It’s home to the rivers I’ve fished, the deer stands I’ve perched, and the dirt roads I’ve roamed. It inspired Stay Country.”
The line of accessibly-priced men’s and women’s shirts, hats, and accessories, all emblazoned with the distinctive Stay Country logo, can be found online at https://www.staycountryclothing.com.
Lynch, a Tullahoma, TN native, has long dreamed of creating his own fashion line. “I’ve always been a fan of what clothes say, especially now that I’m on stage every night,” he recently explained to WWD in a profile about his fashion acumen. “We introduced a simple hat last fall and we couldn’t keep it in stock. So it’s time, we’re off to the races.”
Notable fans of the line already include fashion maven Kelly Osbourne, who sported a camouflage Stay Country cap on her Instagram feed the Monday after meeting Lynch at the Stagecoach Music Festival in Indio, CA last month.
Beyond his busy entrepreneurial career, Lynch is currently in the studio working on the follow-up to his smash sophomore album, WHERE IT’S AT, in between opening dates on Luke Bryan’s KILL THE LIGHTS tour. This fall, he will join Chris Young’s I’M COMIN’ OVER tour as direct support.
For more information, visit DustinLynchMusic.com.