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LISTEN TO DIRTY SOUTH - THE NEW STUDIO ALBUM FROM LUCAS HOGE

LISTEN TO DIRTY SOUTH - THE NEW STUDIO ALBUM FROM LUCAS HOGE



Album Title: Dirty South
Release Date:  July 28, 2017


Tracks:
1. ShooFly Pie (Tim Gates, Brad Hull, Lucas Hoge)
2. Boom Boom (Ben Glover, Phillip LaRue)
3. Power of Garth (Matt Rogers, Terry McBride)
4. Mad Dog Memories (Tom Botkin, Jon Henderson, Lucas Hoge)
5. To Go With The Whiskey (Jack Williams, Troy Johnson, Lucas Hoge)
6. Halabamalujah (Josh Osborne, Shane McAnally, Sam Hunt)
7. Flip Flops (Jeff Wood, Lucas Hoge)
8. Dirty South (Jack Williams, Troy Johnson, Lucas Hoge)
9. That Ain't Cool (Andrew Scott Willis, Keesy Timmer, Lucas Hoge)
10. Who's Gonna Be There (Tim Gates, Corey Barker, Lucas Hoge)
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Some people are just born communicators.  Whether he’s writing a song for a hit TV show, performing for troops overseas or sharing his love for the great outdoors with fellow sportsmen, Hoge has that rare ability to find common ground with just about anyone and draw them into his world.
Hoge’s new album on Rebel Engine showcases his songwriting chops and his considerable depth as a singer.  Hoge has a gift for bringing the best out in a lyric and does just that with his swampy new single "Dirty South."  The playful song “Boom Boom"  shot to #1 on the CMT 12 Pack it’s second week on air and  held the top spot for an unprecedented seven weeks.  
He has enjoyed success as a songwriter with numerous TV, film and commercial placements to his credit.  Warner Bros. featured his song “If I Only Could” on the hit TV show “Smallville.”  He scored a 13-episode series for HBO, wrote a jingle for Lipton Tea and appeared with Faith Hill in the TV campaign for NBC Sunday Night Football.   He wrote the title song and starred in the Animal Planet TV show “Last Chance Highway,” and penned the theme song “Give a Damn” for the GAC TV show “Tom’s Wild Life.”   Most recently Hoge penned the Hero Brand theme song and appears in their commercial campaign, currently airing nationwide.  He also wrote "Medal Of Honor," the theme song for the Wrangler National Patriot Tour and has performed for members of the armed forces all over the word for the last eight years as part of their tour.
With a restless creative spirit, an abundance of Midwestern charm and a work ethic that won’t let him slow down, it looks like the best is yet to come.

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