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DUSTIN LYNCH NEW ALBUM “KILL THE COWBOY”

Dustin Lynch’s new album, Killed The Cowboy, is out now.

This album is a look at the journey that I’m currently on, the battles that I’m having, constantly having conversations with myself of

“Alright, I love the adventures I’m having, I love the freedom, I love not having to check in.

DUSTIN LYNCH

But is that special somebody out there – is she out there yet?

You know, should I be looking for her, or is she just gonna find me and I don’t have to try? What is it, and what do I want out of life? So I think there are songs on this album for anybody that’s in my position that’s single, lovin’ life.

Anybody that’s going through heartbreak, there are songs on the album for that.

There are songs on this album for everybody that’s completely in love, and I had a blast making it.

I don’t know where I’m gonna stand on the next album, but right now, I’m right where Killed The Cowboy is. Hope y’all like it.

“KILLED THE COWBOY” MUSIC VIDEO

KILLED THE COWBOY TRACKLIST

1. KILLED THE COWBOY

2. HONKY TONK HEARTBREAKER

3. GEORGE STRAIT JR.

4. CHEVROLET ( FEAT. JELLY ROLL)

5. IF I STOP DRINKIN’

6. ONLY GIRL IN THIS TOWN

7. BREAKIN’ UP DOWN

8. TROUBLE WITH THIS TRUCK

9. BLUE LIGHTS

10. LONE STAR

11. LISTEN TO THE RADIO

12. LONG WAY HOME

ABOUT DUSTIN LYNCH

Breaking into the Nashville mainstream with a slick and catchy bro-country style, singer/songwriter Dustin Lynch has gone on to blend his rural tones with more R&B and pop elements. Following his chart-topping eponymous 2012 debut, he was rewarded with a string of hits in the middle part of the decade including “Where It’s At (Yep Yep)” and “Small Town Boy.”

He earned an induction into the Grand Ole Opry before returning in 2020 with his fourth album, Tullahoma, which kept him on the top of the Billboard Country charts. He retained that position with 2022’s Blue in the SkyBlue in the Sky and extolled the single life on 2023’s Killed the Cowboy.

Lynch was born and raised in Tullahoma, Tennessee, and grew up influenced by what he calls “the class of ’89,” Alan JacksonGarth Brooks, and Clint Black, all of whom had their first national success in 1989.

Lynch moved to Nashville to attend college and be closer to country music’s epicenter in 2003, renting an apartment behind Nashville’s Bluebird Café, famous as a testing and proving ground for young songwriters.

Eventually Lynch earned a performance spot at the Bluebird, and he honed his skills, branching out to gig at other venues on the Southeast club circuit.

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