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The LACS’ New Video Inducted Into The Boot’s

The LACS’ New Video Inducted Into The Boot’s "Video Shootout Hall of Fame"
Duo Winding Down Final Weeks of 2014 Tour Schedule


Nashville, TN, December 2, 2014….After winning for four consecutive weeks on The Boot’s fan-voted “Video Shootout,” The LACS’ new video, “Nothing in Particular,” has been inducted into The Boot’s “Video Shootout Hall of Fame.” The duo is currently winding down 2014 on the last leg of their national tour.
The month-long competition pitted the laid-back, low-key clip against videos from country stars Tyler Farr and Jerrod Niemann in the first week, Thomas Rhett and Ray Scott in the second week, Rodney Atkins and Carrie Underwood in week three, and Kristian Bush and Tim McGraw in the fourth and final week.
“I never dreamed The LACS would get a Hall of Fame induction so early in their career!” said Average Joes’ CEO, Shannon Houchins. “I’m so proud of these guys.”
The LACS had a packed 2014 tour schedule having played more than 120 shows from coast to coast. They have also just started recording their new album scheduled for release in 2015.  
About The LACS
The LACS first received national attention with their Top 15 Billboard Country Album, 190 Proof, released in 2012, which remained on the chart for over 73 consecutive weeks. The album featured Colt Ford, Bubba Sparxxx and the song, “Shake It,” with Big & Rich. Since then, the duo, comprised of Brian King and Clay Sharpe, has sold roughly 1 million digital tracks, 350,000 albums, collectively earned more than 35 million YouTube views and were most recently featured in the Wall Street Journal.  Their third studio album, Keep It Redneck, a #3 debut on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart, is in stores now.

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