LOCASH On GAC’s Top 20 Countdown All Weekend Long!


Hit-making Reviver Records country music duo LOCASH, whose current single “I Know Somebody” is racing up the charts at No. 21 on Billboard, will be all over Great American Country’s Top 20 Countdown this weekend and Great American Playlist on Tuesday, August 2nd.

LOCASH’s Chris Lucas and Preston Brust will open up about their new album “The Fighters” (available here) and the “I Know Somebody” video, which features the duo in a retro roller rink outside of Chattanooga, Tenn.

Check out GAC schedule for LOCASH here:

July 29     6 p.m. ET
July 30     9 and 11 a.m. ET
July 31     10 a.m. and 12 p.m. ET
Aug 02     12 p.m. and 3 p.m. ET

This week Rolling Stone Country is featuring LOCASH in a story about how the duo continues to choreograph their career their own way. LOCASH is currently on a whirlwind nationwide tour promoting “The Fighters”, the 11-track album which includes their chart-topping hit “I Love This Life,” and brand new songs like “Ring On Every Finger,” “Alll Day,” “God Loves Me More,” “Moonwalkin.” Fans can also expect to find crowd favorites that they perform out on the road like “Shipwrecked,” “Drunk Drunk,” “Till The Wheels Fall Off,” and “Ain’t Startin’ Tonight,” on the new project.

1.  I Love This LifeLOCASH The Fighters
2.  Ring On Every Finger
3.  I Know Somebody
4.  Shipwrecked
5.  Moonwalkin
6.  Drunk Drunk
7.  Alll Day
8.  God Loves Me More
9.  Till The Wheels Fall Off
10. Aint Startin Tonight
11. The Fighters

Recently, LOCASH celebrated their first RIAA Gold-Certified single, “I Love This Life,” for selling more than 500,000 copies. Recent appearances on the CMT Awards, Today ShowJimmy Kimmel Live! and many more have also helped launch LOCASH to mainstream success.

For a complete list of tour dates and up to date information, follow LOCASH on FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube or visit locashmusic.com.


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