Dustin Lynch Celebrates Independence Day with Special Three-Song, Full Band, Acoustic Performance
Dustin Lynch surprised fans on Friday (July 3) with a special three-song, full band, acoustic performance in celebration of Independence…
Dustin Lynch; Photo Courtesy of YouTube
Dustin Lynch surprised fans on Friday (July 3) with a special three-song, full band, acoustic performance in celebration of Independence Day, otherwise known as July 4th. For this performance Lynch brought out his full band to celebrate with him, for one of their first full band performances since the novel coronavirus pandemic began.
“So good to get the band back together to celebrate the 4th of July and play a few songs stripped down,” said Lynch in a social media post.
The performance was filmed poolside in what appears to be Lynch’s backyard, complete with lots of patriotic decorations filling the background as well as Bud Light Beers sitting at the foot of Lynch and his bandmates.
Independence Day, also known as 4th Of July, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the Declaration of Independence of the United States, on July 4, 1776
You can watch all of the 4th Of July Acoustic Sessions videos below.
“Ridin’ Roads” is Lynch’s eleventh single release overall and the second from his fourth studio album, Tullahoma. The song was co-written by Lynch alongside with Ashley Gorley and Zach Crowell. The song became his seventh No. 1 on the charts, and his second as a writer following “Good Girl.”
“Good Girl” is the lead single from Lynch’s fourth studio album, Tullahoma. Lynch wrote the song alongside Justin Ebach and Andy Albert, and it was produced by Zach Crowell.
“Small Town Boy”
“Small Town Boy” is the second single from his third studio album, Current Mood, and was written by Rhett Akins, Kyle Fishman and Ben Hayslip and produced by Zach Crowell.
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