Throughout Kentucky and the world, farmers are really the backbone of lives. They help produce food that we feed our families, as well as grow items that affect our everyday lives. Kentucky native, Dustin Collins, has teamed up with Kentucky’s popular farm equipment magazine, Fastline, for the release of his new single, “Workin’ Man.”
“Workin’ Man” is the new theme song for Fastline Fast Track podcast. Fastline Fast Track features agriculture industry news makers discussing hot-button issues and the latest in farming equipment and trends that affect farmers from coast to coast, as reported by Fastline, Big Ag, and Pink Tractor publications. The podcast also features “The Legends Stage,” a segment presented by the Ernest Tubb Record Shop, featuring up-and-coming and legendary country music artists.
Dustin Collins is a native of Bardstown who has been noticed by several in the music industry. His independent single, “Cold Dead Hands,” climbed to #1 on the Billboard Singles Sales chart and his new album, “It’s Been Awhile,” landed at #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
As for “Workin’ Man,” the song really highlights the farming life from the early mornings to late at night. The catchy tune will easily get you to dancing to the beat and singing along by the end of it. Nothing beats the hard work and dedication that a farm family has when it comes to their livelihood.
“Growing up in a rural farm town, I saw firsthand the dedication that farmers have to providing for their families. I’m honored that Fastline, an agricultural industry staple from my home state, chose ‘Workin’ Man’ for their theme song,” according to Dustin Collins.
Here is the Exclusive First Listen of Dustin Collins’ tune, “Workin’ Man,” in conjunction with Fastline. Be sure to check out Dustin Collins by visiting his website, www.dustincollinsmusic.com. Don’t forget to find your farm equipment needs by visiting Fastline at www.fastline.com.
Jessica Blankenship is the owner and founder of Kentucky Country Music website. The Berea College graduate has been a music journalist and historian for over 20 years. She enjoys providing concert photography, reviews, historical articles, red carpet event coverage, and exclusive interviews of your favorite musicians. Jessica is proud to be a Kentucky Colonel and alumni of the FFA and 4-H Clubs. In 2018, she was named one of Laurel County’s Ten Under 40 Award Recipients. In 2019, she was a member of the Inaugural class of BRIGHT Kentucky as part of Leadership Kentucky. She has been featured on the Kentucky Music Preview podcast, Hollercast podcast, Overtones radio show, WFKY Nashville News Roundup, KET, and more. Beyond music, she enjoys traveling, helping her community, collecting gnomes, and Volkswagens.