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article imageCountry star injured by flying beer can at live show

By Markos Papadatos     Oct 19, 2014 in Music
Niceville - Whether it is falling off stage or getting injured, country singers never seem to catch a break at their live shows. Country star Dustin Lynch is the latest to hurt himself, but it was not his fault by any means.
According to People Magazine, Lynch was in the middle of singing his rendition of the Garth Brooks classic "Friends In Low Places," at a concert in Niceville, Florida, when an unexpected event happened.
An audience member had thrown a full can of beer at the stage, which injured the country star in the face, which required stitches following his concert. The singer noted in that People article that it felt like a "baseball" had hit him.
Being a true trooper, Lynch completed the remainder of his show. He shared the news on his Twitter page that he will be all right. "On my way to the hospital for a few stitches, I’ll be okay ... I appreciate all of you. Fyi the guy who hit me with a beer can got away," he tweeted to his followers.
Last month, Lynch's newest studio album, Where It's At, was released via his record label, Broken Bow Records. As Digital Journal previously reported, his title track lead single, which was produced by veteran producer Mickey Jack Cones, topped the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts for two weeks.
For more information on country star Dustin Lynch, check out his official website.
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