Dustin Lynch Raises $25,000 For Children’s Charities in Hometown


Dustin Lynch exemplified the reason for the season when he helped raise $25,000 for local children’s charities during the fifth annual Dustin Lynch & Friends Benefit Concert.

Earlier this month, Dustin returned to his hometown of Tullahoma, Tennessee to headline the concert with friends Paul Overstreet, Wendell Mobley, Justin Ebach and Lauren Alaina.

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“I’ve been given such a great platform; I’ve been blessed to be able to chase my dreams, and that comes from having a great foundation at home,” Dustin told The Tullahoma News. “They ask me every year if I want to keep doing this, and the answer is absolutely. We’re going to keep doing this as long as you’ll have us.”

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Dustin, Lauren and Cole Swindell recently wrapped Cole’s Reason To Drink…Another Tour in New Orleans, La., after hitting 23 cities nationwide. As Dustin’s current single, “Good Girl,” rises on the charts, the 33-year-old singer will hit the road in 2019 as part of Thomas Rhett’s Very Hot Summer Tour in April 2019.