Little Big Town - “Your Side Of The Bed”
Kellie Pickler - “Someone Somewhere Tonight”
Lady Antebellum - “Goodbye Town”
Lauren Alaina – “Barefoot and Buckwild”
Dustin Lynch – “Wild In Your Smile”
Hunter Hayes – “I Want Crazy”
Jon Pardi - “Up All Night”
Thomas Rhett - “It Goes Like This”
Kacey Musgraves - “Blowin’ Smoke”
Billy Currington – “Hey Girl”

Dustin has been added to Fox & Friends’ "All American Summer Concert Series" and will be performing on July 5, in New York.

More Info Available here:

Watch the official “lyrics on screen” video WILD IN YOUR SMILE impacting on country radio, May 28

Download WILD IN YOUR SMILE today on iTunes!

"Cowboys and Angels" has been nominated for CMT Breakthrough Video of the Year

…and here’s how YOU can help Dustin WIN:

1) Click here: CMT Music Awards
2) Cast Your Vote
3) Share that You Voted on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and any place else you’re at to help Dustin take home his first CMT Award

- Must be 13 years or older to vote
- You can only vote once so make your voice heard and vote!
- You may vote via, Facebook, or Twitter

Voting Ends 11:59 PM PST on June 2, 2013

PLUS Cody Alan and CMT Radio Live have your chance to WIN A TRIP to the CMT Music Awards HERE

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Dustin Lynch dishes on his visit with Keith Urban on the American Idol set…
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Dustin is joining Kimberly in the kitchen in an episode of Simply Southern on GAC

- April 20, 2013 1:00 PM ET
- April 22, 2013 11:00 AM ET
- April 27, 2013 1:30 PM ET
- April 29, 2013 11:30 AM ET

Get all the info on Kimberly’s Simply Southern here


Did you miss Dustin on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday or want to watch it again? The clips are up on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! site. Watch, post & share:

"She Cranks My Tractor"
"Cowboys and Angels"

One of the industry’s most electrifying live performers, four-time Grammy Award winner and American Idol judge Keith Urban, has added a second leg of seventeen concerts that will get underway on October 18th in Omaha, to his previously announced dates (all dates listed below). Additionally, shows in Austin, Albuquerque and at Denver’s iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater have been added to the newly dubbed “Light The Fuse Tour 2013” first leg.

Tickets for “Light The Fuse Tour 2013,” with Little Big Town and special guest Dustin Lynch, will go on sale nationally beginning on Friday, April 5th.

The “Light The Fuse Tour 2013” first leg kicks off on July 18th in Cincinnati and concludes on October 5th, after twenty-eight outdoor shows highlighted by Urban’s first performance at Los Angeles’ famed Hollywood Bowl. The second leg gets underway in Omaha before seventeen arena shows conclude in Louisville on December 8th.

The concerts will feature new music from Urban, expected out this spring, as well as an all-new production, the size and scope of which have become synonymous with Urban’s electrifying concert experiences.

For all official Keith Urban tour news and ticket information go to

October 18th Omaha, NE
October 19th Oklahoma City, OK
October 20th Springfield, MO
October 25th Tulsa, OK
October 26th Bossier City, LA
October 27th Lafayette, LA
November 8th Kansas City, MO
November 9th Des Moines, IA
November 10th Peoria, IL
November 14th Manchester, NH
November 15th Uncasville, CT
November 16th Uncasville, CT
November 22nd State College, PA
November 24th Toledo, OH
December 6th Greenville, SC
December 7th Charleston, WV
December 8th Louisville, KY

Dustin will make his late night TV debut on Monday, March 25th when he performs “She Cranks My Tractor,” on Jimmy Kimmel Live! this Monday, March 25 at 11:35 pm ET/ 10:35 pm CT

Dustin’s back on GAC’s Top 20 at #2! Cast Your Votes for next week’s countdown.

Tuesday’s on the DL (TOTDL) Returns! Episode 49 Dustin takes you behind the scenes of the making of the “She Cranks My Tractor” music video

To celebrate the return, CountryMusicIsLove is giving away a Dustin Lynch “She Cranks My Tractor” prize pack, which includes an autographed copy of Dustin’s self-titled debut album and a “She Cranks My Tractor” t-shirt. Enter to win here :


YOU can be in the studio audience for DUSTIN’s CMT Hot 20 Coudown live taping this Tuesday, Feb 26 in Nashville, TN. Just email us at if you’d would like to be added to the list.

-TDL will reply with a confirmation that you’ve been added to the list.

Date: Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

Time: Come to the CMT Lobby on Commerce Street at 2.15p CST. We’ll close the guest list at 2.30p, so please arrive on time. Plan to stay until the end, (you must be able to stay the entire duration).

Location: CMT Offices: 330 Commerce Street, Nashville, TN 37201

What to wear: No white or shiny/sequined clothing- Medium to Dark Colors work best. NO LOGO’s. NO overly exposed skin or low- cut tops.

Additional Information:
*No cameras allowed, of any kind.
*Transportation to the show is not provided
*Parking will not be provided, but there is ample parking in paid lots near the CMT Offices.
*Be sure to bring a photo ID… they will be checked before entry is allowed.
*Please note: there is a potential of overflow, in which case extras will watch the taping from the CMT Green Room.

By Terry DeBoer |

Dustin Lynch
With special guests Brian Lorente and The Usual Suspects; and The Kari Lynch Band

When: Doors open 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28
Where: The Intersection, 133 Grandville Ave. SW
Tickets: $15.93 advance, $18 day of show; available at or at the box office
Details: 616-451-8232

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Singer-songwriter Dustin Lynch was looking out the window of a bus on an Iowa highway watching snow-covered fields whiz by.

“I’ve never been in these parts,” said Lynch, 27, during a phone interview on the way to a Des Moines concert.

“But it looks like there’s a lot of cornfields out here.”

Agriculture is of some interest to the artist – although his current country music hit “She Cranks My Tractor” certainly isn’t exclusively about farming (though the lyrics do mention “cornfields flyin’ by.”)

“My first job was helping out at an angus farm down the road,” recalled the rural Tullahoma, Tennessee, native.

“I was maybe 13 or 14 when I started – big enough to grab a bale of hay and toss it up. I’ve got a little of that in me,” he noted.

But music was always on his heart. And these days Lynch is a country music artist come into his own — off the farm and into the fast lane.

The singer’s self-titled debut CD came last August, after his first hit (“Cowboys and Angels”) has climbed the country charts.

Now “Tractor” is winding its way up the music lists.

“Actually, it’s been moving twice as fast as ‘Cowboys and Angels’ did,” he said.

As a kid Lynch was fascinated with Garth Brooks.

“He was like my superman – I dressed up like him and sang his songs and that’s the reason I picked up guitar and started to play.”

Lynch fronted his own band at 15, performing and discovering the thrill of getting reaction to an original song.

He moved to Nashville at 18 to attend college while also pursuing his dream of writing country music.

“I moved there and sort of dove right in,” he said of the music business. “I just had to go out and get in the middle of it.”

He earned a science degree and worked a day job at a chemistry lab while still building his music connections. A publishing deal helped him highlight his songwriting skills, and finally won him his own recording contract.

Lynch has written hundreds of song.

“I’ve got some songs that are in the pot but we’re writing nonstop, including a couple of songs I think are really, really strong and I can’t wait to start trying them out.”

Lynch was the subject of a Country Network TV special last month, in which he invited fans on a behind-the-scenes trip to his hometown for a special acoustic performance.

“It was cool for the people who sing along with (the song “Dancing in the Headlights”) to take them to the actual Lazy Branch Road (mentioned in the lyrics) – you put a picture with the music,” he said.

Still on an upswing, Lynch will be opening on the giant Keith Urban/Little Big Town tour beginning this summer.

“He is such a rock star but down home and a sweet dude,” he said of Urban.

“I’ve bought concert tickets to see him, and the fact that I’ll get to take the stage with him is just a ridiculous happening.”