K99 proudly presents a brand new live concert series, "New from Nashville!" Everyone knows that if you want to make a name for yourself on the country music scene, then Nashville is the place to be. Now we are bringing Nashville a little closer to home by inviting up and coming country music artists right here to Northern Colorado. All of these appearances will be 100% free to the public but there will be special perks for our Country Club Members along the way as well; if you're not a member yet make sure to sign up for all of the upcoming exclusive opportunities. At the Dustin Lynch performance, a couple of dozen Country Club members will be able to win meet and greets passes along with guaranteed entry to the show by entering our contest.

Upcoming "New from Nashville" Performances

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Performer: Dustin Lynch


Venue: The Boot Grill

- (970) 685-4737


Location: Loveland, CO
4164 Clydesdale Pkwy.


When: Friday, December 20th


Time: 5:30PM - 6:30PM

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On Friday, December 20th at 5:30 PM "New from Nashville" continues at The Boot Grill in Loveland with a special appearance by Dustin Lynch. As with all of our free shows, we recommend arriving fairly early to make sure you can get into the venue. Especially with a bigger name artist like Dustin Lynch, we expect a packed house! You can win meet and greet passes in the Country Club that also guarantee you entry into the show.
Here is the story of how Dustin Lynch got his big start in country music, that goes back to a little cafe in Nashville called the Bluebird. This cafe was instrumental in the development of artists like Garth Brooks, Faith Hill and Kathy Mattea.
Lynch rented an apartment behind the venue’s back parking lot and literally walked to the Bluebird several times a week to listen and learn about the mysterious art of creating songs from some of Nashville’s most important writers. Don Schlitz (“The Gambler”), Tony Arata (“The Dance”), Paul Overstreet (“Forever And Ever, Amen”) – all are mainstays of the Bluebird legend, and it was at their proverbial feet that Lynch picked up key insights about the writing process.

I was soaking it in, trying to be a sponge,” Lynch says. “I was mainly trying to hear the story behind the song, how it came about, what it’s really about. There’s something about understanding the songwriter’s realm. You get a little more grip on the way it was written and why it was written and how they got to the finished product.”


That education paid off in a big way for Lynch. He signed with Broken Bow Records, the home of Jason Aldean and sister label to Stoney Creek Records (home to Thompson Square). His debut single, “Cowboys and Angels,” quickly rose up the Country charts. At this point we're sure that you've heard it, but we threw in the "Cowboys and Angels" music video below just in case. See you at the Boot Grill on Friday night for one of the most exciting New from Nashville shows to date!