Featuring singer/songwriters Chris Lucas and Preston Brust, the country-pop duo LoCash launched their career as the LoCash Cowboys. After a self-titled, self-released album appeared in 2008, the duo signed with R&J Records in 2009 and released a string of singles on the label, starting with 2010's "Here Comes Summer." After they wrote hits for Tim McGraw ("Truck Yeah") and Keith Urban ("You Gonna Fly"), they returned to work on their second album, but R&J went out of business in 2012, so the duo signed with Average Joe's and released the single "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y." that same year. Colt Ford appeared on the track's remix, then a second, self-titled album landed on Average Joe's in 2013.
A name change to simply LoCash came in 2015, along with the I Love This Life EP, which yielded a hit single of the same name. Riding on the momentum of their first Top Ten hit, LoCash returned in June 2016 with The Fighters, their third LP and first full-length for Reviver Records. The album debuted at number 14 on the country chart and cracked the Billboard Top 200 as well, thanks to the hit singles "I Love This Life" and "I Know Somebody." The duo kicked off 2018 with the January release of their feel-good single "Don't Get Better Than That." A fourth full-length, Brothers, arrived in 2019, and included the single "Feels Like a Party." ~ David Jeffries
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