Nashville Musician Rockin' Rich Lynch Makes 2019 Performance Debut in Fine Football Fashion
As promised, Nashville musician Rockin' Rich Lynch made his 2019 performance debut on January 14 at InDo in the shadow of the growing city skyline wearing the colors and logo of an American Football team.
Rockin' Rich Lynch makes 2019 performing debut in Nashville.
"Actually, tonight's outfit was an homage to gridiron great Doug Flutie," Lynch responded when asked about his attire. "It's a Bills jersey and a New Jersey Generals hat turned around for color coordination."
Lynch played two tracks live for the first time when he presented acoustic versions of "Won't Someday Please" and "The Game Is Over" at the monthly performance night hosted by the Nashville Guitar guru - Dave Isaacs.
"American Football teams from around the world are sending me their hat and shirt combos," Lynch said after his well received segment on a Monday Night. "I'll be able to have a new costume every time I play for the fans this year as I stamp myself with the tried and true look of 'that guy in the gridiron garb' with a twist."
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