Lynch’s hometown album

'Tullahoma' tells story of singer's roots

Broken Bow

"Tullahoma" is Dustin Lynch's tip of the hat to his hometown in Tennessee.

Tim Tschoepe, Sports Editor

On January 17

Country singer Dustin Lynch released on Jan. 17 his fourth studio album, “Tullahoma,” named after his hometown Tullahoma, Tenn.

The albums has 11 songs and includes one featuring Lauren Alaina.

The album cover has Lynch tipping his signature cowboy hat with “Tullahoma” and his name in big letters on the top. In this piece, he has his first breakup song, “Momma’s House,” and has previous released songs like “Good Girl” and “Ridin’ Roads.”

In a press release, Lynch said this album was a masterpiece of  “all about me and growing up in my hometown. Every song on this album points to something that happened to me or my close friends and family, and that’s really cool.”

The collection feature songs written by Lynch himself, Brian Kelly of FGL, and Old Dominion’s Mathew Ramsey. Dustin Lynch’s “Tullahoma” is out now, and you can find it where CDs where sold.