Dustin Lynch Brings Fans Back To His Hometown On 'Tullahoma' -- Performs "Ridin' Roads" + "Momma's House"

"All of us are who we are because of our hometowns, our upbringing, and believing in what we believe in..."

January 24, 2020
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NY's Country 94.7 'Stars & Strings' 2019 co-headliner Dustin Lynch stopped by our RADIO.COM Theater to chat with Jesse Addy about his brand new album Tullahoma. The album is named after Dustin's hometown in Tennessee and features songs that speak to growing up in a small town. "All of us are who we are because of our hometowns, our upbringing, and believing in what we believe in," Lynch said.  

"And for me, Tullahoma's that place."

He's a writer on six of the eleven songs, including "Country Star" which Dustin wrote with Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line. The song was inspired by a fantasy perfect date with his girlfriend Kelli Seymour. When asked if all the media attention surrounding his new relationship has surprised him Lynch says "Yeah. Absolutely. But you realize that it's all out of love." 

Dustin jokingly claims his new music almost plays a supporting role during his media tour for Tullahoma.  

"People are so interested in 'us'," he says. "'New Record? Sweet. How's Kelli?'"

Dustin Lynch at NY's Country 94.7
(Photo: WNSH)

Lynch also discussed some of the stories behind many of the tracks on Tullahoma and how he feels having the first number 1 country song of the decade, "Ridin' Roads."

Watch the full video with Jesse and Dustin below as well as his exclusive performances of "Ridin' Roads" and "Momma's House!"