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LoCash (the named is derived from a group of Prestonʼs high school friends) got their launch in the summer of 2002, when Chris, a high school all-star football player from Baltimore, Maryland, worked as the entertainment director at Nashvilleʼs Wildhorse Saloon. Preston, a Kokomo, Indiana, preacherʼs son who wrote his first song at age eleven on his paper route, had just arrived in town. Chris offered him a job filling in for him as a DJ. One night they were goofing around on the mic, not even singing, when their electrifying banter caught everyone by surprise. It made Chris think about how Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin—idols of his grandfather—could hold an audience in the palms of their hands, and make them part of the show. “Itʼs something that came naturally to me and Preston. Itʼs really all about the crowd, about making them feel their lives are changing. That first day on the mike, we were both thinking, ʻGosh, weʼve got something here, dude.ʼ I said, ʻI hope you sing.ʼ And Preston was like, ʻI do, do you?ʼ And thatʼs the way it started.” Yet their musical backgrounds were as different as heaven and hell. Preston, whose great uncle Albert E. Brumley wrote the gospel classic “Iʼll Fly Away,” grew up steeped in the blood of the lamb, sneaking into the closet to listen to the only three secular records in the house--Eddie Rabbitʼs “I Love a Rainy Night,” Willie Nelsonʼs “Angels Flying Too Close to the Ground,” and the Oak Ridge Boysʼ “Bobbie Sue.” In contrast, Chris grew up with his ear glued to Motley Crue, Quiet Riot, and Whitesnake. “I was definitely a head banger, man. I loved ʻ80s rock and glamour rock, and later R & B. Then Garth Brooks changed my life. I watched his show, and I said, ʻI want to do this.ʼ” What made LoCash unique from the beginning is their harmony blend. When Chris sings lead, Preston provides the low harmony, and when Preston sings lead, Chris sings high harmony, bringing variety, freshness, and a new edge to the duo sound. Chris is now married with a young son, Caden. (Preston is still single, “but looking.”) And the duo, which formerly wrote and recorded the theme song for from Tanya Tuckerʼs reality show “Tuckerville,” is in negotiation for a television show of their own.
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New Artist Additions Complete 2014 Country Jam Lineup

With summer drawing ever closer, we are happy to announce the final artist additions to the Major Mortgage Country Jam 2014 lineup. We've found some stellar performers to open for our already-announced headliners Lady Antebellum, Eric Church, Jake Owen and Brantey Gilbert.

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