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Dustin Collins Releases “Workin’ Man,” Partners with Fastline

Billboard No. 1 artist Dustin Collins honors the “Workin’ Man” with his new song available NOW. Kentucky Country Music exclusively premiered a first listen to the track penned by Collins, which “will easily get you dancing to the beat and singing along by the end of it (Kentucky Country Music/Jessica Bray).” 

Fastline, a Kentucky-based farm and construction equipment resource, selected ‘Workin’ Man” for the theme song of their new podcast Fastline Fast Track, hosted by 24-year veteran broadcaster and journalist, Brent Adams. Along with conversations between agricultural industry newsmakers, the episodes also feature up-and-coming and legendary country music artists on “The Legends Stage,” presented by the Ernest Tubb Record Shop. 

“Growing up in a rural farm town, I saw firsthand the dedication that farmers have to providing for their families. I’m honored that Fastline, an agricultural industry staple from my home state, chose ‘Workin’ Man’ for their theme song,” expressed Collins. 

The rising singer-songwriter will return to Kentucky for The National Farm Machinery Show, the country’s largest indoor farm show, next weekend in Louisville. After signing autographs at the Fastline booth on Friday afternoon, Collins will perform that night at Bourbon Hall with Jeni Carr and Kevin Jaggers. 

Collins’ latest album, It’s Been Awhile, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers South Central Albums chart, No. 9 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart, No. 21 on the Billboard Independent Albums chart and No. 25 on the Billboard Country Albums Sales chart (Hot Shot Debut). 

Be sure to follow Dustin Collins on TwitterFacebookInstagram and visit
DustinCollinsMusic.com.

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