“Missin’ You Crazy” spends 35 weeks on the Billboard Country Songs chart for Jon Pardi

Song Factory is pleased with the long run of Jon Pardi’s debut single.  Thank you to everyone in country radio who supported the song.

Dustin Lynch hits radio with “She Cranks My Tractor”

Listen for it on country radio, purchase it on iTunes, and check out the video!

Dustin Lynch to tour with Keith Urban and Little Big Town

Is Keith’s road trip with Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch coming to YOUR city? See the first leg tour dates and get more info at www.KeithUrban.net/Tour.

Dustin Lynch Featured Artist on Spotify

Today, Dustin was a featured artist on the home page of Spotify. Click picture below to listen.

Jon Pardi makes his Grand Ole Opry debut

Big Country 97.9


Newcomer Jon Pardi will make his debut on the Grand Ole Opry stage tonight (Friday, October 19th). The “Missin’ You Crazy” singer tells us he is thrilled to play the historic venue for the first time.

[“When I step onstage on the Grand Ole Opry for the first time, I’m just looking forward to turning that corner and walking out onstage and soaking it all in right there, ’cause I never even thought I’d ever play the Opry. It’s one of those things that, ‘Wow!’ You get the call that you’re going to play the Opry and you’re like, ‘Wow! I’m gonna play the Grand Ole Opry.’ So, it’s kind of, it’s crazy. It’s amazing. I mean, it’s going to be awesome.”]

Jon’s mother, sister, and numerous friends are making the trek to Nashville to witness the experience.

Jon is on the Tie One On tour with Frankie Ballard and Miss Willie Brown. Their next date is November 2nd in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

Jon Pardi Takin’ It to the Streets at the Capitol Street Party

Country Weekly

An estimated 25,000 people jammed Nashville’s Lower Broadway last night (Oct. 17) for Capitol Records’ fifth annual street party, featuring headlinerLuke Bryan and newcomers Kelleigh Bannen and Jon Pardi.









The crowd was already shoulder-to-shoulder when Kelleigh kicked things off with a 30-minute set that included her debut single, “Sorry on the Rocks.” “Missin’ You Crazy” singer Jon Pardi followed with a high-energy 45 minutes that included a cover of labelmate Eric Church’s “Drink in My Hand.” If the crowd was enthusiastic for the two openers, it came downright unhinged for main attraction Luke.

Luke’s hourlong set had little banter between songs, but instead was dominated by performances of his hits, including “Rain Is a Good Thing,” “Do I” and “Country Girl (Shake It for Me).” Working the catwalk that extended well into the heaving crowd, Luke’s steps were littered with items being thrown at his feet. When he finally stopped to fling the umpteenth undergarment off the stage, he announced, “Nashville wins the bra-chunkin’ contest, don’t they!” And even he succumbed to the fun of a cover song—especially when pal Dierks Bentley stepped onstage to sing half of Brooks & Dunn’s “My Next Broken Heart.”

Pounds of confetti showered the air and a breathtaking fireworks display finished off the biggest Capitol Street Party to date. Still, the best show was undoubtedly what happened onstage.


NASHVILLE, TN – Chart-topping Broken Bow recording artist Dustin Lynch was celebrated by the Third Annual American Country Awards today when he received two nominations for his hit debut single, “Cowboy and Angels.”

“Cowboys and Angels,” the song that has quickly become a modern-day country classic, was recognized in the “Single of the Year – New Artist” and “Video of the Year- New Artist” categories.

“Wow, wow, WOW!!! Thank you to the ACAs, Country Radio and all of my friends and fans that believe in me and my music. This is truly a dream come true,” said Lynch who awoke to the news of his first awards show nominations in Las Vegas where he had performed the night before at Green Valley Ranch.

Adds the rising star, “My apologies to everyone who woke up to a guy screaming in his underwear in the hotel hallway. That was me!!”

Starting today, fans can vote once each day for their favorite American Country Awards nominees at www.theacas.com. Voting is open until Monday, Nov. 12 for all categories, except for Artist of the Year, which closes on Friday, Dec. 7.

Since the release of the hit, “Cowboys and Angels,” Lynch as sold over 650,000 downloads of his debut single and has surpassed over 4 million views on YouTube/ VEVO. He’s soared to #1 on the MTV Music Meter, earned a #1 ringtone on CMT, a Top 5 on the Billboard Heatseekers Songs Chart, and a Top 3 Country radio single.

Lynch has been lauded as one of Billboard’s “Most Anticipated Debuts of 2012,” People Country’s “Fresh Faces,” Country Weekly’s “Ones to Watch in 2012,” and the only solo male artist on Nashville Lifestyles’ 2012 “Hot List.” People magazine recently called Lynch’s #1 self-titled album “one of the year’s best debuts.” Lynch was recently profiled in USA Today as an “On the Verge” artist: http://usat.ly/QDoKdS

Heavily influenced in his youth by the famed “Class of ‘89” – comprised of such stalwart country singers as Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks and Clint Black – Lynch’s brand of Country is trademarked by his distinctively deep, emotional vocals, and lyrical embodiment of growing up in and people watching in his small hometown of Tullahoma, TN.

AMERICAN COUNTRY AWARDS is executive-produced by Bob Bain (TEEN CHOICE 2012, “Kids’ Choice Awards”). Fletcher Foster, Paul Flattery and Tisha Fein serve as producers. Greg Sills is supervising producer. Michael Dempsey will direct the live special.

The nominees for each award category are determined by four media measurement companies: BigChampagne (record sales and media consumption); Great American Country (video airplay); Mediabase (radio airplay); Pollstar (touring data); and Nashville Songwriters Association International.

The third annual AMERICAN COUNTRY AWARDS will air live from Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas Monday, Dec. 10 (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) on FOX.


Dustin Lynch’s debut single “Cowboys And Angels” is currently #2 on the Billboard Country Song chart.


Dustin Lynch’s album debuts at #1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart.


His self titled debut album is now available in stores and online! Check out some reviews of the album below:
CountryMusicRocks.Net Review – Dustin Lynch
Examiner.com Review – Dustin Lynch
CMNB Review – Dustin Lynch