Billboard No. 1 Singer-Songwriter Dustin Collins Returns to Belize to Capture New Video Content
Billboard No. 1 singer-songwriter Dustin Collins returns to Belize to capture new video content for his upcoming Workin' Man album release.
Collins spotlighted the country’s beautiful scenery on a previous trip where he performed his own music and classic covers. Country Rebel exclusively debuted the video of Collins’ mashup of The Kentucky Headhunters’ “Dumas Walker” and Confederate Railroad’s “Queen of Memphis” to its over 8.6 million Facebook followers.
Collins released his second single from Workin’ Man, “When She Had Georgia on Her Mind,” on June 24. Raised Rowdy exclusively premiered a first listen to the “callback to the classic country sound of the '90s.” Workin' Man was produced by industry veterans Buddy Cannon (Kenny Chesney, Willie Nelson, Reba McEntire) and Bill McDermott (Tim McGraw, Martina McBride, Brad Paisley).
A portion of proceeds from the album will benefit GUMI (Glad You Made It) Camp USA. GUMI focuses on providing U.S. veterans with the tools they need to help them heal after deployment overseas and enable them to re-enter society. The camp is located on a 258-acre piece of property in southeast Taney County, Mo. Veterans may reside without cost to them and heal at their own pace.
Workin' Man follows Collins' latest album, It's Been Awhile, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers South Central Albums chart. His independent single "Cold Dead Hands" ascended to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Singles Sales chart. The Georgia-born and Kentucky-raised entertainer also earned a slot on Aaron Watson's Vaquero Tour and has opened for Tanya Tucker, Shenandoah, Clay Walker, Chris Janson, Kane Brown, Granger Smith and many more.