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Artist IconDustin Lynch
Artist Icon Tullahoma
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"Tullahoma" is the fourth studio album by American country music singer Dustin Lynch. It was released on January 17, 2020, by Broken Bow Records. The album was produced by Zach Crowell and includes the singles "Good Girl", "Ridin' Roads", and "Momma's House".
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With seven No. 1s and eight Top 10s, time has proved to be Lynch’s friend because Tullahoma is his most dynamic and autobiographical contribution to date. His performances radiate confidence, and everything is arena-ready. Getting its title from Lynch’s hometown in Tennessee, the 11-track album features six songs co-written by Lynch and delivers flashes of well-orchestrated, electronic country-pop that gives way to instrumentation that embraces country music’s rich and timeless heritage. Throughout the album, Lynch waxes lyrical about being from Small Town, U.S.A., finding the love of your life and an earth-shattering breakup.
Overall, as the man who broke through with “Cowboys and Angels,” Lynch sounds on Tullahoma like he’s even more focused on leaving a legacy that his legendary predecessors would want to know. It’s a continuation of his evolving signature sound that still clings to the country roots that raised him.
Reviewed by Lauren Tingle for soundslikenashville.com.

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