RSS Feed Follow me on Twitter! Country Music Tattle Tale on YouTube Country Music Tattle Tale on Flicker Follow Country Music Tattle Tale on Facebook Instagram

Archive for the ‘LoCash Cowboys’ Category

LoCash Kick-off CRS with a Killer Performance and a Car!

locash live

LOCASH kicked 2015 Country Radio Seminar into full throttle with a surprise giveaway of a brand-new, state-of-the-art 2015 FORD Mustang LC1 last night at their live concert showcase for new single, “I Love This Life.” Courtesy of Reviver Records and Champion Ford in Owensboro, Kentucky, CMT Manager of Music Strategy, Stacey Cato, was awarded the keys to the special LOCASH Edition Mustang, valued at $35,105 at their jam-packed showcase last night.


To be entered into the random prize drawing, credentialed CRS attendees present at the first night of the Reviver Records’ CRS concert series were given key-shaped USB drives featuring a drawing number, LOCASH’s new single, “I Love This Life,” and pre-recorded radio liners. Reviver Records President and CEO, David Ross, alongside Preston Brust and Chris Lucas of LOCASH drew the winning number at random at the close of the concert, which also featured Reviver’s newly-signed Lucas Hoge and special guest Little Anthony.

“I’ve never won anything like this in my life, not even a raffle,” Cato said. “I’m absolutely blown away…this is so awesome. I’m really kind of speechless! Thanks to LOCASH, and their team and everyone here tonight… this is incredible.”

This announcement comes as LOCASH celebrates the biggest radio debut of their career with “I Love This Life,” as one of the Top 5 most-added songs at country radio in just its first week out of the gate since going for adds on Monday.

Tonight (February 26), join Reviver Records for additional music and surprises at performances by Samantha Landrum and Blackjack Billy, beginning at 10:30 p.m. in the Fisk Ballroom. Event is open to credentialed CRS attendees only.

For more information on LOCASH, visit

LoCash Announces ‘I Love This Life Tour’

Photography by:  Jake Harsh

LOCASH is at the top of their game in 2015 with a new single on the brink of major radio impact and a multitude of tour dates slated to hit major markets across the United States. Loving life and loving bringing new music to their loyal fans, the duo announces its 2015 I Love This Life Tour, coming to a city near you. After a successful 2014 Livin’ Loud Tour brought 124 headlined and co-headlined shows to a mix of arenas, clubs, theaters, colleges, amphitheaters, fairs and festivals, and even supported shows with Tim McGraw and Hank Williams, Jr., presenting sponsor Kicker® Audio joins the duo again in 2015. Upcoming stops include Evansville, IN, Melbourne, FL, Annapolis, MD, Hunter, NY, Rhinelander, WI, Sunrise Beach, MO and more.

Available now on iTunes, LOCASH’s hot new single “I Love This Life,” will impact radio nationwide during Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, Tenn. on February 23. Co-written by Preston Brust and Chris Lucas of LOCASH, as well as Chris Janson and Danny Myrick, the up-tempo, feel-good ode to the simple things in life represents just how far LOCASH has come in their career since their move to Nashville ten years ago. Since, they have spawned a grassroots belief in their undisputed likelihood of superstardom among fans, radio and industry professionals alike. Newly signed to Reviver Records and going by the simplified stage name, LOCASH, as fondly dubbed by their diehard fans, they are locked and loaded for everything the new year in 2015 is projected to bring.

“We know we can make this new record deal very successful,” said the duo’s Chris Lucas. “We’ve got a lot of amazing fans and people who believe in us, and we’ve thrown kindling all over the place — now it’s time to light it.”

Feb 15 Westbury, NY | NYCB Theatre at Westbury with Lee Brice
Feb 21 Cheyenne, WY | Cheyenne Frontier Days Volunteer Crisis Fund Benefit
Feb 28 Evansville, IN | KC’s Timeout
Mar 10 Franklin, TN | The Franklin Theatre with Jeffrey Steele
Mar 20 Melbourne, FL | Runaway Country
Mar 21 Melbourne, FL | Runaway Country
Mar 28 Macon, GA | The Crazy Bull
Apr 10 Santa Ynez, CA |Chumash Casino Resort with Dallas Smith
May 23 Lyndonville, VT | Taste of Nashville Tour Fan Fest 2015
May 30 Annapolis, MD | Rams Head On Stage
Jun 05 Winfield, KS | Rock N’ Country Fest
Jun 11 Hunter, NY | Taste of Country Music Festival
Jun 12 Hunter, NY | Taste of Country Music Festival
Jun 19 Sheridan, WY | Big Horn Country Fest
Jun 20 Pueblo, CO | Bands In The Backyard
Jul 11 Rhinelander, WI | Hodag Country Festival
Jul 24 Eau Claire, WI | Country Jam USA
Jul 26 Tooele, UT | Country Fan Fest
Aug 08 Cherokee, IA | Creek Fest Country Music Festival
Aug 14 Sunrise Beach, MO | Picklehead’s Roadhouse
TBD | Ozark, AR | Thunder On The Mountain
TBD | Grand Junction, CO | Country Jam USA

Additional tour dates are being added daily. Stay tuned to for updates.

Kicker Country Stampede Gets Bigger with Travis Tritt, Craig Morgan, Love and Theft and More!

kicker country

Travis Tritt, who is celebrating 25 years of making Country music with hits including “Country Club,” “It’s a Great Day to Be Alive,” “Anymore” and “Help Me Hold On,” is one of the latest additions to the star-studded Kicker Country Stampede 2015 line-up. Tritt, Craig Morgan, Love and Theft, Dallas Smith, LOCASH, Chase Bryant, Angaleena Presley, Chris Lane, Clare Dunn, Caroline Kole and the Kristina Craig Band will join previously-announced performers megastar and judge on NBC’s The Voice Blake Shelton, superstar duo Florida Georgia Line, Country music’s sweetheart Sara Evans, Jerrod Niemann, Thomas Rhett, Old Dominion, Blackjack Billy and Sasha McVeigh on the Kicker Country Stampede main stage June 25-28 in Manhattan, Kansas.

For the second year in a row, Kicker Country Stampede is officially sold out of Premier, Preferred and Reserved Primitive campsites. For those fans who want the full Stampede experience, a very limited number of first come, first serve primitive campsites are available for $140 until Feb. 28. First come, first serve primitive campers are welcome to bring either a tent or RV. For more information on tickets and camping or for any of your Kicker Country Stampede needs, visit or call 800-795-8091.

VIP tickets are available for $530, four-day GA passes for $130, four-day, jump-the-line passes for $140, reserved seats for $260 until Feb. 28. Want to take advantage of our current pricing but don’t have the cash? Choose the EZ-Pay Plan at check out to split your payment up over five months. Use it to purchase tickets, camping or add-on options! For more information on tickets or for any of your Kicker Country Stampede needs, visit or call 800-795-8091.

Kicker Country Stampede offered a full-fan experience in 2014 with fun for attendees of any age. In addition to the main stage boasting the biggest names in country music, Steel Rodeo Tours provided non-stop, action packed freestyle motocross exhibitions. The Nashville Songwriters Association International Songwriters Tent featured established, as well as up-and-coming songwriters, including Lance Carpenter, Rob Northcutt Band, Tony Ramey and more. Kite’s Grille & Bar Tuttleville Stage once again showcased the best local talent the Midwest has to offer, including Tim Zach & The Whiskey Bent, County Road 5, Jared Daniels Band and more. Other activities included a carnival, mouth-watering vendor food, shopping, interactive exhibits and much, much more.

Follow Kicker Country Stampede on Twitter at: and like them on Facebook at:

LoCash Cowboys Sign New Record Deal


LoCash Cowboys have inked a new record deal. According to Country Weekly, the duo has signed with New Jersey based label Reviver Records.

We are incredibly excited to be working with this team and this label,” Chris tells Country Weekly. “I truly believe we are in the right place and this is our game changer! It took a while, but hey . . . it’s a marathon, not a sprint. I think 2015 will be a great year for LoCash. We have a lot of friends in the industry and radio that have been waiting for this moment, and now it’s time.”

The guys have also decided to shorten their name some, dropping the ‘Cowboys’ and being simply known as LoCash.

We will always be LoCash Cowboys because that’s how we started this journey. It’s about remembering your roots and where you came from,” Preston explains. “But this next chapter of our lives, we have decided to just continue rockin’ with just the name LoCash. We are really excited about this fresh start and our new team. The new music, energy and everything else is already feeling amazing!”

No word yet as to when fans can expect new music from the newly named LoCash.

Category !NoTitle

Recent Comments

  • Gloria: Penny, Keith Urban is my favorite artist, too, but...
  • Charlotte Walker: I dislike reading time-consuming content, only as ...
  • Penny: I agree 100%. My radio is tuned to a country stati...
  • Gloria: Good grief....her dress is so short!! I do like...
  • Sandy: I agree 100% with what Jack Ingram said and I trul...
  • Gloria: Congratulations to Carrie and Mike!! May God cont...
  • Heather: CONGRATULATIONS Carrie and Mike on your adorable b...