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Assessing Dustin Lynch’s Career

unnamed3-300x300Dustin Lynch burst onto the country scene with his debut single “Cowboys and Angels”. A song that is certified platinum¹. From there Lynch went on to release “She Cranks My Tractor” and “Wild in Your Smile” both of which found little success on the charts. Now two years after the release of his hit single, Lynch is poised to make a more sustained run near the top of the charts. His current single “Where It’s At” sits inside the top five and has sold over half a million copies. His sophomore album Where It’s At hit stores on September 9th. But how did we get there?

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Sunday Conversation: Tim Hicks

Dustin Rabin Photography, Tim HicksFor some people the rise to the top is fast and easy. For others it’s a tedious process that involves many late nights in bars playing for nothing but free beer and peanuts. However, as you’re playing for free you begin to appreciate your place, appreciate the process. So that when the day comes that you’re given an opportunity you seize it. For Canadian Tim Hicks’ he certainly made the most of his chance. At 35 Hicks’ is finally garnering the national prominence he so greatly deserves. He recently won the CCMA Award (US equivalent of the CMA Awards) for Rising Star. You can request his single “Here Comes the Thunder” now on SiriusXM or your local radio stations.

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