Dustin Lynch At Grand Ole Opry
Dustin Lynch is one of country music's brightest new stars. He's built his name on strong songwriting abilities, crafting everything from party songs to sweeping ballads.
Lynch grew up in Tullahoma, Tennessee fishing, hunting, and working hard. He moved to Nashville in 2003 to pursue his dreams of making music. He credits his success to many evenings spent at the Bluebird Cafe, a Nashville songwriters' club, listening to the greats of country songwritng play and talk about their craft. When he finally took the stage, his writing skills landed him a publishing deal and he wrote more than 200 songs in 2 years. Dustin quickly gained attention as a performer as well, and made his Opry debut in March 2012.
Lynch's first single, “Cowboys and Angels,” rocketed to the top of the country charts. The media took notice just like the Nashville songwriting community did, and Lynch was spotlighted in the USA Today, Billboard Magazine, CMT, and Country Weekly. His first album, Dustin Lynch, debuted at No. 1.