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Dustin Lynch tests new music during CMA Fest

Dustin Lynch tests new music at CMA Fest
Dustin Lynch tests new music at CMA Fest
Amanda Tempel

Country hitmaker Dustin Lynch graced several stages during CMA Fest in Nashville last week and used the opportunity to showcase new material.

During Great American Country's annual breakfast gathering, Dustin performed "Mind Reader," a love song describing a girl who knows just what her man wants. He also played "Cowboys and Angels" and his current single, "Where It's At" acoustically.

The Chevy Riverfront stage was packed with fans ready to sing along to the Tennessee native. The energetic set included "She Cranks My Tractor" from his debut album. Dustin Lynch also premiered "Halo" and was met with thunderous applause from the large crowd.

Dustin performed the sultry "Sing It To Me" at his acoustic show inside the HGTV Lodge. It was there that he noted that his sophomore album is still in the works. He mentioned that they are testing songs and invited the crowd to share any feedback.

The twenty-nine year old singer-songwriter is currently sitting inside the top twenty with "Where It's At" on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. This marks the fastest rising single of his career. A video for the song will premiere Wednesday, June 11, on CMT. Watch a behind-the-scenes look here.