Dustin Lynch talks ‘On The DL’ with launch of new web series

Broken Bow Records’ Dustin Lynch is taking fans behind-the-scenes of his life on the road with the launch of the brand new web series ”On The DL.” Showing off his fun and engaging personality, the first few episodes have followed him from surprise sets on tourist vans in Mexico (for Crash My Playa) to his first opening slot on Luke Bryan’s 2015 That’s My Kind Of Night Tour. The most recent episode exclusively premiered last week on EntertainmentWeekly.com and chronicled his Panama City adventures while joining Luke Bryan’s final spring break concert at Spinnaker Beach Club.

“We’ve been on tour, full-time, for about three years. We play 250-plus shows a year. So we’re gone about 300 days a year on the road. It’s crazy, but that’s our life. This show is one of those things I’ve wanted to do for a while—it gives our fans a ‘Hey, this is what goes on behind the scenes, before the doors happen to the venues.’ Show them we’re just a bunch of dudes having fun,” said Lynch in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly.

To hear first-hand what’s “On The DL, ” fans can tune in to Lynch’s YouTube weekly on Wednesdays for new episodes.

Becoming known for his distinguishable voice, the Platinum-selling singer is lighting up the country radio charts with his Top 35-and-climbing single “Hell Of A Night,” the follow-up to his GOLD-certified, multi-week #1 smash “Where It’s At.”

Previously opening for Keith Urban, Lynch will continue igniting crowds nationwide with the kick off of Luke Bryan’s Kick The Dust Up Tour in May. This run will feature major stadium dates nationwide, including a stop at Vanderbilt Stadium on July 11th, a homecoming for the Tennessee native. In between tour stops, the talented performer will also play headline shows and major festivals throughout the year.

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Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.

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