Dustin Lynch cruises in ‘Chevrolet’ collaboration with Jelly Roll

The song appears on Lynch’s forthcoming new album

Turning the ignition on a forever-young kind of freedom, multi-platinum star Dustin Lynch hits the road in “Chevrolet.” With an assist from his BBR Music Group labelmate Jelly Roll, it’s a new country anthem with “classic” written all over it.

“There is something in the air in Nashville right now, where writers are on the same wavelength and doing cool things like interpolating classic songs into something new. When ‘Chevrolet’ came across our plate, it floored me. Everyone knows Dobie Gray’s ‘Drift Away’ – the melody of that song is timeless,” shares Lynch. “Having Jelly Roll on it adds an extra edge.”

Delivering his statement-making sixth studio album, Killed The Cowboy, out September 29th, “Chevrolet” – written by Chase McGill, Jessi Alexander, Hunter Phelps, and Mentor Williams – fast follows the release of the showdown title track. The nostalgic dirt road rocker co-produced by Zach Crowell and Ben Phillips is proof of country music’s unique ability to summon a picture, a mood, and especially a memory via the instantly recognizable throwback melody of the 1973 Dobie Gray hit “Drift Away.”

Currently performing headline dates and music festivals, Lynch is also bringing his Top 10 single “Stars Like Confetti” (off Blue In The Sky) to the stage.

Buddy Iahn
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