Dustin Lynch Inducted Into the Grand Ole Opry

Reba McEntire welcomed the country star into the Opry family!

September 19, 2018

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Dustin Lynch was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry Tuesday night (September 18). The singer-songwriter was welcomed into the Opry family by country legend, Reba McEntire.

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Lynch was surprised on stage by Trace Adkins earlier this summer with the news of his induction. The "Good Girl" singer joins a lineup up of esteemed country acts including Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, Dolly Parton, among others.

“I told everybody before I came out here I’m a crybaby, and I get it from my dad,” said Lynch. Thanking his friends, family, bandmates, and everyone who plays a part in his career for sharing in his dreams, he continued, “This is one of those dreams right now … Thank you for allowing us to live the dream.”

Lynch made his Opry debut in 2012 and has since played in the famed circle over 40 times. The 33-year-old has released three albums throughout his career including Where It's At, Dustin Lynch, and Current Mood which feature his No. 1 singles "Hell of a Night," "Seein' Red," and more.

Dustin Lynch will join Cole Swindell's 'Reason to Drink...Another Tour' as a supporting act in October.