Country artist Richard Lynch announces 2022 concert series to benefit veterans

Richard Lynch has announced this year’s Love Tattoo Foundation benefit events at his Keepin’ It Country farm, including Billboard’s No. 1 artists and RFD TV stars.

International country chart topper and member of the Ohio Country Music Hall of Fame, Richard Lynch has announced the 2022 lineup of “Keepin’ It Country Farm” concerts to benefit the Love Tattoo Foundation for veterans. This year’s lineup includes several Billboard #1 artists and some RFD TV stars. Headliners include multi-#1 artist/writer, Paul Overstreet; Jimmy Fortune, member of the Statler Brothers; Penny Gilley of RFD TV, Jeff Bates, #1 Christian country artist; and RFD artists, The Malpass Brothers. Watch Richard’s announcement on


Friday, June 3 – Jeff Bates
Saturday July 16 – The Malpass Brothers
Saturday August 20 – Paul Overstreet
Saturday, September 24 – Jimmy Fortune
Saturday October 8 – Penny Gilley with Bonnie Riley
Saturday, November 5 – Richard Lynch Band and Friends
All shows start at 7 p.m., with entertainment from the Richard Lynch Band. Tickets, including a season pass for all shows, are available at

ABOUT RICHARD LYNCH: Over the past 3 decades, Richard Lynch has compiled a long list of country hits and charts on national and international sales and radio airplay charts, including multiple iTunes #1 singles, multiple radio New Music Weekly #1 songs, #1 IndieWorld and Roots Music Report, and a Christian Music Weekly Top 20 single. Richard has been featured in Billboard Magazine, Taste Of Country, The Boot, CCM Magazine, Country Music People and countless others. He has also appeared on WSM Radio Nashville, RFD TV, Fox TV and more. He has recorded popular duets with legendary artists like Ronnie McDowell and Leona Williams, as well as Grammy winner Rhonda Vincent. Richard Lynch is a proud member of the Ohio Country Music Hall of Fame and the Independent Country Music Hall of Fame. Lynch is also the owner of Keepin’ It Country Farm in Waynesville, OH and co-founder of Love Tattoo Foundation which helps veterans.


ABOUT THE LOVE TATTOO FOUNDATION: The Love Tattoo Foundation is a non-profit organization that honors and helps American veterans who bear mental or physical scars while serving their country. Its mission is to raise funds and awareness to help give these veterans the opportunities they sacrificed, so others can have theirs.

The Love Tattoo Foundation was born out of the positive outcome of a truly devastating event. Law Enforcement Officer Charles “Chuck” Brisbin was moved by a story he heard about a young man who went to Afghanistan as a soldier for his country and returned disfigured. Being closely involved with our country’s military, Chuck was compelled to honor this man in every way possible, to show his humble gratitude. He then turned to poetry. Chuck wrote a beautiful poem called Love Tattoo. After finishing the poem, he wanted to go further by finding a voice that would be the spirit of his message; not only for this man, but for every man and woman who has sacrificed everything for what others have. Without hesitation, he turned to country music artist, Richard Lynch. Richard has a passion and respect for our military that should not be taken lightly. He was touched and honored to be asked to turn this poem into a song. Since then, Richard’s adaptation of the poem has literally brought veterans of all ages and walks of life to tears. From there, a greater cause was revealed. There are people between the ages of 18 and 81 who will carry with them mental and physical scars for the rest of their lives, because they fought for the freedoms of our citizens. The most shocking fact is that there is no designated organization specifically for these people and their needs. It has been brought to our attention that these men and women feel almost ostracized; they feel like damaged goods. With very little discussion, it was decided that the Love Tattoo Foundation would take a stand and help these amazing people. They should be uplifted and honored, not stored on a dusty shelf.

Toya J. Bell