All three singles from Dustin Lynch‘s sophomore album, Where It’s At — including his most recent, 'Mind Reader' — landed at the top of the charts. Now, with the debut single from Lynch’s upcoming third studio album, 'Seein’ Red,' climbing up the charts, the singer is hoping that his winning streak will continue.

Lynch will conclude his time on Luke Bryan‘s Kill the Lights Tour at the end of October and then immediately join Chris Young on the final leg of his I’m Comin’ Over Tour.


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On Oct. 16, Charlie Daniels will join Randy Travis and Fred Foster in becoming the newest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame. The 79-year-old, already a member of the Grand Ole Opry and the Musicians Hall of Fame, says that becoming part of the prestigious organization is his biggest dream come true. Although Charlie always hoped that he would earn a spot in the Country Music Hall of Fame while he was still alive, he was completely surprised when he first found out about the honor. He was told the Country Music Association needed a photo of him but it wasn’t a picture the wanted, they wanted to tell him he was being inducted into the Hall.


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Dolly Parton is going down in the history books: She’s become the first artist to earn a Top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in every decade from the 1960s through the 2010s. According to Billboard, Parton notched this record after an a cappella cover of her 1973 hit “Jolene.” That song landed Parton the No. 18 spot on the Hot Country Songs chart. She can now say that she has charted Top 20 hits during the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, ’00s and ’10s — six decades in a row. She is also the only artist to earn a Top 40 hit on the Hot Country Songs chart in each decade from the ’60s through the ’10s.

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