Country star Dustin Lynch had his fans at the edge of their seats when he surprised concert goers with a thrilling medley of two genre classics! Strumming his guitar, the country boy sported a sexy cowboy hat as he crooned the intro to Garth Brooks’ mega hit “Friends In Low Places”, riling up his crowd and skyrocketing the venue’s energy. “The last one to know/ The last one to show/ I was the last one you thought you’d see there,” Lynch sang with his audience.
However, the performance took a rocking turn when the singer’s instrumentals quickly transitioned into that of Def Leppard’s smashing hit “Pour Some Sugar On Me”. The audience went wild, screaming at the top of their lungs and pumping up the country star. Personally asking the left side of the venue for assistance with the song’s lyrics, Lynch broke into his stunning vocals and sang, “Razzle ‘n’ a dazzle ‘n’ a flash a little light/ Television lover, baby, go all night/ Sometime, anytime, sugar me sweet/ Little miss ah innocent sugar me, yeah.”
The crowd screamed back at the singer, almost overpowering his performance with their own excitement. However, Lynch wasn’t one to hand out a victory without a bit of competition. The singer hopped over to the right portion of the stage, building up his fans on the opposing side to give him twice as much sound and energy as the fans on the left. If they were any bit as loud as his first set of singing crowd members, we’re sure these concert goers were struggling to find their hearing the following morning.
You can watch the thrilling medley below!