Broken Bow’s Dustin Lynch spent part of his afternoon with MusicRow yesterday (3/19). The young artist is anticipating the Summer 2012 release of his debut album, and shared a few songs from the project with the MusicRow staff. Songs included the recently written “Last Lap” to his quickly rising debut single “Cowboys and Angels.”
Growing up in Tullahoma, TN, Lynch shared that he always wanted to be like Garth Brooks and eventually talked his parents into letting him drive to Nashville to perform at the Bluebird Cafe. “I got some claps,” Lynch said. “So I wanted to go back and do it again.” After deciding to attend Lipscomb College, Lynch continued to perform at the Bluebird, and his performances there eventually led to his relationship and signing with Broken Bow.
Next up, Lynch will experience his first ACM Awards in Las Vegas on April 1. His video for “Cowboys and Angels” is also expected to be released early April.