Dustin Lynch & Granger Smith
Born and raised in the rural countryside of Tullahoma, Tennessee, Dustin Lynch is a country rock singer/songwriter who began crafting his signature sound after moving to Nashville in 2003. He studied the songwriting craft at the city's famous Bluebird Cafe, began making his own compositions and eventually started to perform, making the rounds on the cafe and college circuits. Lynch earned a deal with Broken Bow Records and released his debut single "Cowboys and Angels," in 2012, quickly snagging the attention of the Nashville country music scene. By the time he released his eponymous debut album in 2012, he had captured a wide fan base across the US with his fusion of alternative country and rock and roll.
Granger Smith is a country music singer/songwriter who goes by the moniker Earl Dibbles Jr. Born in Dallas and based in Nashville, he released his debut album, “Waiting on Forever,” in 1998 and slowly developed a following with his down-home style. With a solid fan base in place, he broke into mainstream country audiences with his seventh studio album and Pioneer Records debut, “Dirt Road Driveway,” which was released in 2013.
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