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93.1 Coast Country Dallas & Brenda Nashville Notes: Dustin Lynch advertises new tunes/Kane Brown busting loose & more country star scoop

If you’ve been waiting for the track listing for Dustin Lynch’s new album, it turns out that it’s been hiding in plain sight.

Since the beginning of August, Dustin’s been sharing photos of himself on social media wearing T-shirts emblazoned with the disc’s song titles.

He was even sporting one when he sat down with ABC Radio to talk about Current Mood.

“This is ‘I’d Be Jealous Too,’ which is the opening track to my album,” Dustin explained. “I had a friend of mine make up shirts for all the song titles, so I’ve been rockin’ those around town a little bit.” 

So far, there’s no word on whether the designs might one day be part of Dustin’s Stay Country line of apparel.

Here’s the complete song list for Dustin’s third studio album, Current Mood, which comes out September 8:  

“I’d Be Jealous Too”
“Seein’ Red”
“Small Town Boy”
“Why We Call Each Other”
“Here We Come”
“Love Me or Leave Me Alone”
“Back on It”
“I Wish You Were Beer”
“State Lines”
“Party Song”
“New Girl”
“Why Not Tonight”
“Sun Don’t Go Down on That”

Kane Brown is currently enjoying the biggest radio hit of his career so far, as his duet with Lauren Alaina, “What Ifs,” nears the top ten.

The new deluxe edition of Kane’s debut album will boast another collaboration, this time with label mate Chris Young. The two team up to duet on a tune they helped co-wrote, called “Setting the Night on Fire.”

Kane Brown Deluxe also adds three more new songs to the album that debuted at #1 on the Billboard country chart when it was released last December: “What’s Mine Is Yours,” “Found You,” and “Heaven.”

Here’s the complete track listing for Kane Brown Deluxe, which comes out October 6:

“Hometown”
“What Ifs” (featuring Lauren Alaina)
“Learning”
“Thunder in the Rain”
“Pull It Off”
“Cold Spot”
“Ain’t No Stopping Us Now”
“Comeback”
“Rockstars”
“Better Place”
“Granddaddy’s Chair”
“Setting the Night on Fire” (Duet with Chris Young)
“What’s Mine Is Yours”
“Found You”
“Heaven”

Now that Cole Swindell has traveled to the top of the chart with “Flatliner,” the Georgia native isn’t too proud to admit he had butterflies in his stomach when he recorded the song with his hero, Dierks Bentley.

“I had met Dierks before and knew he was a great guy, but I’d never been in the studio with him, him singing on a song I wrote…” Cole explains. “I was nervous. I don’t know…I didn’t want him to think I was not deserving to be there, or whatever it is,” he laughs.

Since then, Dierks and Cole have not only had a #1 song together, they’ve also spent most of 2017 on the road together on the What the Hell Tour.

“He just makes you feel so comfortable, and he’s just one of those guys,” Cole says of Dierks. “You know, you always do hear that sometimes you don’t want to meet your heroes. But… I’m so glad I know him, I’m glad to call him a friend.”

As Cole, Dierks and Jon Pardi wrap up their last couple weeks on tour together, Cole is releasing the follow-up to “Flatliner” — a track from You Should Be Here titled “Stay Downtown.”  

Nicole Kidman’s had a pretty great summer on the road with husband Keith Urban.

“We get on that tour bus, we have fun, we go to the fairs, we do the rides,” the actress tells The Hollywood Reporter.

“The kids love it. We love cotton candy, and anything fried. But I do have to say I am a little partial to a funnel cake,” she confesses.

One thing she doesn’t love? “The fried Snickers,” she tells the magazine. “That’s just too much.”

The Emmy-nominated Big Little Lies actress is currently back at work shooting Aquaman in her native Australia. Meanwhile, Keith’s tour continues as we wait to see how he’ll follow-up his recent #1 with Carrie Underwood, “The Fighter.”