LoCash Cowboys Sign With Reviver Records, Are No Longer Cowboys
Country duo the LoCash Cowboys have changed names and record labels.
The duo are no longer going to be called LoCash Cowboys. Chris Lucas and Preston Brust say the new name — LoCash — represents a fresh start.
“We are really excited about this fresh start and our new team. The new music, energy and everything else is already feeling amazing,” Brust reveals.
The ‘Keep in Mind’ singers have signed with Reviver Records, a New Jersey-based company that recently opened in Nashville. Previously they were signed with Average Joe's Entertainment, but left last summer. During the last five years they've also released songs on R&J Records, including singles like ‘Here Comes Summer.’
Brust and Lucas remain a dependable live act, having toured with and written songs for Tim McGraw. They also penned Keith Urban's hit song ‘You Gonna Fly’ for his 'Get Closer' record. At the 2014 Country Jam in Grand Junction, Colo. they played a song called ‘I Love This Night’ that they said they were considering for a future single. It's not clear when fans will hear new music from LoCash.
This isn't the first time the name 'LoCash' has been introduced. The cover art for the duo's 2013 'Best Seat in the House' single omitted the word 'Cowboys,' but a representative for the band at the time said it wasn't a permanent switch.
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