Monday, 3 July 2017

NRA Country names Lucas Hoge as featured artist for July

NRA COUNTRY NAMES LUCAS HOGE

AS FEATURED ARTIST FOR JULY
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Nashville, Tenn. – Rising country star and Nebraska native, Lucas Hoge, has been chosen as NRA Country’s Featured Artist for July. As part of the promotion, fans can enter for a chance to win several prizes including: a Cabela’s 25 QT Equalizer Cooler, Wrangler Jeans, Hero Outdoor Products, and other Lucas Hoge branded gear along with a VIP meet and greet pass. The contest will begin on July 5 at www.NRACountry.com.

















Hoge has enjoyed success with singles such as “If I Only Could,” which was featured on the hit television series “Smallville.” His new single, “Dirty South” is currently impacting country radio and is available now on iTunes and Spotify. Hoge's latest album, DIRTY SOUTH, will be released on July 28th. He made his Ryman debut opening for the legendary George Jones, and he’s shared the stage with superstars like Rascal Flatts, Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, and Hank Williams Jr.


















“My memories of hunting go back to when I was a kid, and dad was teaching us about respect for the outdoors and the animals that you are harvesting,” said Hoge. “It’s about taking advantage of the quality time we spent together when we would go hunting and appreciating what God has given to feed us, as well. I love being in the outdoors as much as possible.”


Hoge also proudly serves as an official music ambassador for Cabela’s, for whom he has hosted a popular online video series.

As an NRA Country Featured Artist, Lucas Hoge joins some of country music’s biggest acts including Hank Williams Jr., Florida Georgia Line, Lee Brice, Justin Moore, Gretchen Wilson, Aaron Lewis, Chris Janson, Dustin Lynch, Aaron Watson, Granger Smith and many more, in teaming up to celebrate their support of our brave men and women in uniform, appreciation for the great outdoors, and love of family.

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About Lucas Hoge
Rebel Engine artist Lucas Hoge rose to national fame as a star of Animal Planet's Last Chance Highway. Hoge’s disarmingly charming personality made him a favorite with viewers and TV bookers, which led to appearances on NBC’s Today show, Inside Edition and The Daily Buzz to name a few. As Music Ambassador for Cabela’s, Hoge is in good company along with fellow Music Ambassadors Luke Bryan and Justin Moore. A passionate supporter of the U.S. military, Hoge has traveled the globe extensively performing for the troops visited numerous countries throughout the Middle East and beyond for the past 8 years as part of the Wrangler National Patriot Tour. Hoge is also the Celebrity spokesperson for Guardian Angels For Soldier's Pet. His single “Boom Boom” spent an unprecedented seven weeks at #1 on the CMT Music 12-Pack Countdown. Hoge is currently visiting radio stations nationwide in support of his new single “Dirty South.” Lucas’ album DIRTY SOUTH will be released on July 28th.

Learn more and get NRA Country Connected at www.NRACountry.com

About NRA Country: Respect. Honor. Freedom. It's a lifestyle and a bond between the best and brightest in country music and hard-working Americans. NRA Country is powered by pride, love of country, respect for the military, and our responsibility to protect our great American lifestyle. NRA Country celebrates these values with concerts and events benefiting military and veteran services organizations, first responders, conservation organizations, firearm safety programs, and local charities making a difference in their communities. Get NRA Country Connected at 
www.nracountry.com and get the latest artist info and exclusive events on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

NOTE: The National Rifle Association (NRA) is a formidable opponent, however, when it comes to grass-roots organizing. It has more than 4 million members who feel passionately about gun rights. Nearly 90 percent of NRA members oppose the banning semi-automatic weapons.

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