Dustin Lynch Goes Back to College Gigs—and He Loves It

Now that he’s done opening for Keith Urban, Dustin Lynch (“Cowboys and Angels”) is going back to college.

Sort of.

“We love playing at college campuses,” he told Towson University’s newspaper before his gig there Friday (March 28).

“I actually got my start playing out and about at frat parties and sorority mixers and all that. So before I had my record deal, that’s what I was doing,” he said.

“The energy is always crazy. Me and my guys are pretty young and we still like to have fun and party. We live to be on stage and it’s kind of like we wait all day to get out there and play shows.

“So the energy level is high and we feed off the crowd and college kids seem to bring a lot of energy to the show so every time we get to play them, it’s always an amazing night and a memorable night.” 

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