Dustin Lynch brought his second annual Stay Country show to Nashville, Tennessee’s The Stage on Broadway during CMA Music Festival with special guest Tyler Rich. Stay Country is Lynch’s clothing line/brand and this show celebrates the anniversary of the brand each year, debuting in 2016. Before doors opened at 12 noon, fans lined up (starting at 8am) filling the main drive of Broadway to secure a great spot for the free show inside The Stage on Broadway and have the opportunity to purchase some merch from the Stay Country Clothing Line which was for sale inside. As doors opened the crowd flooded in anxiously, securing their spot for the show and grabbing drinks. Lynch performed his full high energy set that included his latest hit single “Small Town Boy,” and even included a preview of some new music that he told fans would be coming out in the near future as he has been working hard on it. Adam Sanders joined the party too, jumping on the stage to perform Lynch’s smash hit “Hell Of A Night,” which Sanders wrote with Dustin Lynch. Lynch also performed a stripped down version of “Cowboys and Angels” which the crowd serenaded back to him as he kept a massive smile on his face which stayed throughout his entire set. Stay Country shows are shows that allow Lynch to perform songs he does not usually play like “After Party,” he can accept song requests to perform, and it allows a very intimate setting for his fans, going back to his roots where it all started for him in bars on Broadway like The Stage. He of course included all his hit singles like “Mind Reader,” “Seein’ Red,” and “Where It’s At.”
Tyler Rich opened up the show with a banger of a set, this being the second year in a row Rich got to join Lynch for this 2nd annual Stay Country Show in Nashville, TN during CMA Music Festival week. Rich was a great addition to the show as he really got the crowd energized with his high energy set. Lynch fans all seemed to know each lyric to Rich’s songs as they screamed them back throughout his set. Rich really got the crowd amped up during his hit “California Grown” that got the crowd jammin’. Another notable song during his set at The Stage was “Turn It Up” which everyone really got into and is a song that can definitley promise some radio play and soon will conquer country music radio. Make sure you check out Rich is you haven’t checked him out yet, you need to he is guaranteed to be seen headlining CMA Music Fest by next year.