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LoCash Loves This Life

Let’s be real, this summer has been filled with some seriously amazing music.  I always find myself trying to predict my “songs of the summer” come Memorial Day Weekend and then reassessing the list come August while looking at what the summer has meant to me thus far.  Without a doubt, one of the BEST songs of the summer has been I Love This Life by country duo LoCash.  It is upbeat, catchy, positive and makes you want to sing along at the top of your lungs with the windows down.  LoCash (formerly known as LoCash Cowboys) is comprised of Chris Lucas and Preston Brust.  They have been in the game for over a decade and are the pen behind some serious country hits.  Truck Yeah sound familiar?  That’s right, Tim McGraw’s stadium bumping anthem was co-written by the LoCash boys.  Now, with I Love This Life reaching the #1 spot on The Highway the spotlight is on Chris and Preston.  I can honestly say after chatting with them on the phone these boys do indeed love their life and are absolutely hilarious!  I recently got to chat with Preston on the phone and here’s what he had to say about this crazy journey they’re on:


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One To Watch: Adam Sanders

I was driving in my car about a month ago when I first heard Somewhere That You Don’t Go on The Highway.  The singer’s voice told the story of a man that goes to a bar on the opposite side of town where the whiskey is watered down and the beer is warm just to avoid an ex.  It’s a situation many of us can relate to, going out of your way, sometimes putting yourself through other unpleasantries just to avoid having to set eyes on that person who broke your heart.  I took note of the artist and decided to dig a little deeper about him.  What I found was Adam Sanders, a Florida native who’s been chasing the singing dream since he was a toddler.  He made the move to Nashville in 2007 and like many before him, he broke into the music industry as a songwriter gaining credibility before setting out on his own.  He’s penned hits such as Ain’t Worth the Whiskey by Cole Swindell, Out Like That by Luke Bryan, and Hell of a Night by Dustin Lynch.  Naturally I had to find out more about what we could expect from this artist so I caught up with him as he was headed to a show in Illinois.  Here’s everything you need to know about Adam:

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