Dustin Lynch Raises $40,000 At 8th Annual Hometown Benefit Show
Dustin Lynch continues to give back to his hometown of Tullahoma, Tennessee this holiday season. The country singer held his eighth annual hometown benefit show on Tuesday night (12/12) at the Tullahoma High School.
Lynch’s sold-out show benefited three local organizations including Have of Hope Counseling, South Jackson Performing Arts Center, and Special Olympics Tennessee. The “Chevrolet” singer topped last year’s fundraising efforts this week with a grand total of $40,000.
He performed his fan-favorite hits such as “Small Town Boy” and “Ridin’ Roads” as well as making his live debut of “Blue Lights.” Lynch was joined by three special guests in Tullahoma earlier this week, Randy Montana, Brent Anderson, and Lanie Gardner.
The singer-songwriter recently garnered his ninth career No. 1 with his single, “Stars Like Confetti,” and released his sixth studio album, Killed The Cowboy.
Lynch posted to Instagram, “What a way to cap off what has been an incredible year for us! Country Radio friends and fam thank YOU for another 1! Big shout out to @thejoshthompson, @thomasrhettakins and #zachcrowell for bringing this one in to existence and their surrounding support systems. Speaking of support systems..I’ve got the best. Thank you to my team, band, and crew aaaand the best damn radio folks in the biz @bbrmusicgroup @bmgnashville. If y’all need me I’ll be #gonehuntin’”
Now, Lynch is gearing up for an even bigger 2024. Aside from his headling Killed The Cowboy Tour with special guest Skeez on the calendar, Lynch will also join Blake Shelton’s Back To The Honky Tonk Tour this winter as a supporting act. Plus, he will return to Mexico in January for his ninth year at Luke Bryan’s Crash My Playa.
To kick things off in 2024, Lynch will perform on New Year’s Eve LIVE: Nashville’s Big Bash on December 31. Plus, he will also be playing a free show in Las Vegas as part of Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Tailgate ahead of the big game on February 11.
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