Dustin Lynch occupies a unique place in today's country music. Thanks to his classic sensibilities, he's been heralded as the heir to George Strait's throne. Yet with one listen to his second album, "Where It's At," it's obvious the young Tennessee native knows how to combine his traditional influences with an edgy intensity. His self-titled debut album hit No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart - making him the only new male artist to achieve such a feat that year. The album's lead single, "Cowboys and Angels," earned Lynch devoted fan base. His new album, Current Mood, sheds light on Lynch's relationships and lifts the curtain on his private life with pop-infused anthems that give him a signature voice in country music.