LtoR: Joey the Cowpolka King (Joey Miskulin), Greg Scott, Laura Lynn, Woody Paul (Paul Woodrow Chrisman), Lucas Hoge, Ranger Doug (Douglas B. Green), Too Slim (Fred LaBour) and Dan Rogers
(photo credit: Chris Hollo for Grand Ole Opry)
Lucas Hoge made his debut on the Grand Ole Opry this past weekend, hot off the release of his new album “Dirty South” which sky rocketed to No. 1 on the Billboard Country Album Sales chart.
A little about Lucas Hoge:
Lucas is a outdoors man, being from the south it’s second nature to him. If he’s not spending his time outdoors he tends to spend time writing music for himself but also TV shows. Lucas is a passionate supporter of our U.S. military as he has traveled the world over performing for troops in countless countries. Getting to do so, as a part of the Wrangler National Patriot Tour. Hoge is also the celebrity spokesperson for Guardian Angels For Soldier’s Pet.
Lucas Hoge is on the move, and throw in his great song writing, charming personality, and never quit wok ethic Lucas is on his was to seeing a legacy in the making.
“This has been a dream of mine since I was a kid and to have it finally come true is beyond words. I’m grateful for the opportunity to perform on the most historic stage in country music where so many legends have performed before me. I will forever cherish that night. Thank you to everyone at the Grand Ole Opry for making my debut the best night of my career,” Hoge said.
LUCAS HOGE ON TOUR:
Dec. 03 Victory Casino Cruise – Cape Canaveral, Fla.
Dec. 14-16 National Finals Radio – Las Vegas, Nev.
Dec. 20 The Jones Assembly – Oklahoma City, Okla.
Jan. 12 The Burl – Lexington, Ky.
Jan. 26 Stoney’s Rockin Country – Las Vegas, Nev.
Jan. 27 Tower Theatre – Fresno, Calif.
Feb. 3 The Flying Monkey – Plymouth, N.H.
Feb. 24 Country Fest | Rodeo Weekend – Tuscon, Ariz.
April 27 Red Cloud Opera House – Red Cloud, Neb.
April 28 Minden Opera House – Minden, Neb.