Dustin Lynch Benefit Concert Raises $18,000 For Hometown Kids

12/08/2015
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(Radio.com) Dustin Lynch is giving back to his hometown of Tullahoma, Tenn. The "Hell of a Night" singer raised $18,000 with his second annual Dustin Lynch & Friends acoustic benefit concert, The Tennessean reports.

'I love the timing of it," Lynch said of the concert at his former high school. 'It really does kick off the holiday season. This time of the year has become a wind-down for us, and doing this event gets me in the holiday spirit.

" I've gotten to a point in life were I don't need or want anything around the holidays. I love going out and shopping and giving back and volunteering, and this is the event that kicks all of that off for a few weeks." Read more here.

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