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DUSTIN LYNCH EARNS FIRST
#1 AS A SONGWRITER
3/26/19

 

Broken Bow star Dustin Lynch celebrated his first #1 hit as a songwriter on Monday in Nashville. "Good Girl" was written by Lynch, Justin Ebach and Andy Albert, which topped Country radio in January. 

“We were all just so sure about this song from the beginning. We only had the track down and we knew it was something special,” shared Lynch. “I want to thank these two guys up here (Albert and Ebach) for getting up on day three after a long night on the bus ready to write, because that’s what leads to moments like this.”

Lynch's follow-up single, "Ridin' Roads" was the #1 most-added song this week, with 46 stations on board spinning the track nationwide.

Pictured above celebrating "Good Girl," Front Row (L-R): ASCAP songwriter Andy Albert, BMI songwriter Dustin Lynch, SESAC songwriter Justin Ebach. Back Row (L-R): CURB/WORD's Janine Ebach, ASCAP’s Beth Brinker, BMG’s Jake Gear, Downtown Publishing’s Steve Markland, Warner Chappell's Ryan Beuschel, BMI's Maryann Keen, SESAC’s Shannan Hatch, BBR's Jon Loba and BMG’s Kos Weaver