October 2015
Country Weekly;10/19/2015, Vol. 22 Issue 42, p46
The article reports on the views of American country music singer Dustin Lynch on his music journey and everyday life. It mentions that he may not have a set workout routine or consider himself a health nut. Lynch says he has the most fun job in the world and music fans have changed his lives. Lynch also discussed his action-packed day and night on the road music tour Hell of a Night Tour.


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