Dustin Lynch’s new single “Where It’s At” jumped well into the Top 20 at Country radio this week, landing at #17 on the Billboard Country Songs Chart and at #18 on the Country Aircheck/ USA Today Country chart, powered by Mediabase.
Additionally, the official lyric video for “Where It’s At” crossed the ONE MILLION streams mark over the holiday weekend.
The up-tempo summertime anthem celebrates the simple things in life: most importantly that “sweet little something late-night kiss” from a special someone. The song (written by Cary Barlowe, Zach Crowell and Matt Jenkins / produced by Mickey Jack Cones) goes on to proclaim that no matter how fancy or simple the surroundings, as long as you’re together then that’s “Where It’s At.”
This week, Lynch takes NASH to his version of “Where It’s At” on one of his rare days off. The chart-topping country star took the magazine to his Tennessee hideaway – a cabin located off the back roads of his native Tullahoma, TN — for a day of R&R, fishing, bow hunting and more. The NASH feature is part of Country Weekly’s June 2 issue, on stands now.
“Where It’s At,” the lead single from Lynch’s upcoming sophomore album on Broken Bow Records – slated for a Fall 2014 release