Behind the Scenes With Dustin Lynch at His Tennessee Hideaway

Dustin Lynch is on a roll. With his new single, “Where It’s At,” climbing the charts, a second album in the works and a recent slot on Keith Urban’s Fuse tour, the hunky singer took time out of his busy schedule to hang out in Tullahoma, Tenn., and chat with NASH magazine about working odd jobs, relaxing in the countryside (where the video was shot) and pursuing his dream of making country music. 

As a teenager, Dustin would would spend most of his childhood weekends in this Tullahoma, Tenn., cabin.

“This is ‘where it’s at’ for me,” he said during an afternoon photo shoot. “This is a family friend’s farm. I basically grew up here, hunting, fishing and racing cars.”

In the summer Dustin would fish and swim in the lake and sometimes, he would start thinking about ideas for new songs.

“If I need to unwind, I’ll come out here and make a big loop and drive around the backroads,” he says. “I’ll throw in some beverages. Something to grill. Fishing poles. If it’s hunting season, I’ll take whatever gear that requires.” 

Sounds beautiful. That’s where it’s at.

For more on Dustin and his favorite Tennessee hideaway, pick up the Sept. 15 issue of Country Weekly, on stands now.

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