Early Saturday morning, country newcomer Dustin Lynch surprised the crowd inside the swanky hidden lounge at The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. He hit the stage just after midnight after ordering a beer and Casamigos tequila with soda water.
Lynch was joined on stage with his band, who performed two of his hits, “Small Town Boy” and “All the Small Things” to a packed crowd who “absolutely loved it,” noted one observer. He left shortly thereafter to catch a plane for his Reno show tonight.
Lynch, who recently signed a new worldwide publishing agreement with Warner Chappell Music Nashville, ended 2020 as Billboard’s third most-played artist on the Country Airplay chart. His fourth studio album, Tullahoma, delivered consecutive chart-toppers: Platinum “Ridin’ Roads” and Gold “Good Girl” – both co-written by Lynch, in addition to Top 5 “Momma’s House.” Since his breakout in 2012, he’s earned four Top 5 albums, eight Gold and Platinum certified singles, over 2.5 billion on-demand streams, and has achieved a total of seven No. 1 songs at country radio including “Small Town Boy,” which was also the longest reigning No. 1 of 2017 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart.
About The Barbershop and CliQue Bar & Lounge:
The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails is a hidden gem inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas where cuts and cocktails come together in a setting that feels like your grandfather’s barber shop with a dodgy twist. Combing a fully-functioning barbershop with a speakeasy-style bar, Prohibition era-inspired cocktails and craft beers are offered whether getting a cut or a shave, or simply enjoying the feel of a simpler time.