The Tullahoma, Tenn., sun went down with country duo LoCash on Saturday (Oct. 14) at the final George Dickel Porch Session of the season.

Held at the George Dickel Distillery grounds — about 90 miles southeast of Nashville — the Porch Sessions were a new summer-long music series launched in May 2017. Besides LoCash, the series featured country artists like Madde & Tae, Frankie Ballard and Jon Pardi.

Once again, hundreds of fans attended the sold-out concert and LoCash provided the party, running a high-energy set for the rowdiest of fans. The duo set the tone by launching the show with "Ain't Startin Tonight," an uptempo getting-over-you jam.

"I'm gonna be giving out my number / Getting wild, hanging on under / The party lights until they shut it down, down, down / Gonna kiss a girl if she lets me / Gonna show around my cheery / Hope you hear about it all over this town, town, town / I ain't never cried a tear in my beer in my whole life / And I ain't startin' tonight."

The show continued with LoCash performing their No. 1 hit "I Know Somebody," "Drunk Drunk" and "Ring on Every Finger" back-to-back-to-back, engaging the crowd with jokes and other stage banter in between.

LoCash went off script of their original 12-song setlist numerous times to perform covers such as the Chainsmokers "Closer" and a shortened version of Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror." They also played Tim McGraw's "Truck Yeah," which was written by Chris Lucas and Preston Brust of LoCash as well as Chris Janson and songwriter Danny Myrick. (Janson is also known to play this song often at his live shows).

The duo also gave a shout out to some of the workers at the George Dickel Distillery, who had given LoCash a tour prior to the show.

"Each and every one of you who came out here to party with us tonight, that means the world to us; thank you so much," Lucas said onstage. "We're some blue collar boys. We love blue collar music. We love blue collar stories. We love blue collar America. We've got some of the boys that work in the distillery back here. Make some noise for these guys."

Some of the workers then joined LoCash onstage for part of the duo's gold-selling single and finale "I Love This Life," another top 10 Billboard hit penned by the team of Lucas, Brust, Janson and Myrick. Country artist and radio personality Chuck Wicks also jumped onstage with the band for a few dance moves and back-and-forth vocals during the song, which the crowd wildly approved. In pure LoCash fashion, the band then signed off after creating the biggest party that Porch Session fans had experienced all summer.

The George Dickel Porch Sessions are slated for a return in the summer of 2018.

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