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The Cuchara Country Music Festival will take place on Main Street in the Historic Cuchara Village along the Scenic Highway of Legends, in Southern Colorado
Country music singer songwriter Lucas Hoge, will be appearing on our show - July 20th, 2014 - 4 PM EDT. Join us as we support the gallant members of America's armed forces! Listen online all over the world!! Call in at (718) 766- 4193 or listen live at the Lucas Hoge Show Page: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nfotusa/2014/07/20/lucas-hoge-live
Come get your country on @ Skooter's Roadhouse!! LIVE in the Barn!! Can't wait for this one!!
Sounds Like: Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean
Label: Animal House Music Group
Manager: Laura Lynn Entertainment
Bio: It’s been nearly 10 years since Lucas Hoge left his humble hometown of Hubbell, Nebraska. Small but mighty, with a population of 50 generous people, almost all came to support Lucas during his farewell concert, surprising him with $2,500 to invest in his dream. Lucas hit the road strapped with a ...See Full Bio
“4 1/2 STARS out of 5 You don’t need a late afternoon cup of coffee to get you through a long work day. Just turn up Lucas Hoge’s new song, ‘Do What Makes You Feel Good.’ The ready-made smile surfs along a funky Caribbean guitar riff, providing a three minute-long (and some change) vacation. Hoge sings about the importance of finding your seed and sowing it with frequency. For him, it’s fishing. For you, perhaps it’s riding a Harley or gardening. The country newcomer shows natural confidence as he sells his message. His vocal olympics near the end are like extra gravy. At first, you’re unsure if you should but… ah, heck — no one is watching. Sing along with him! Sharp production helps define Hoge’s lyrics, making it easy to remember the words after just one listen. It’s too easy to imagine his fans singing this song back to him from some honkytonk or state fair. It should be the highlight of his shows for years to come.”