Self-described "funkabilly" duo LoCash Cowboys definitely have that typical Top 40 country swagger in their singing, but it is an observational sense of humor that sets them just a bit a part. Both former dancers and choreographers, Chris Lucas and Preston Brust have the kind of stage presence that made acts like Poison popular in the '80s, but with an updated PG-rated southern style.
With one record under their belts and one on the way, LoCash Cowboys have released both dance-friendly tracks like "Here Comes Summer" and more somber-toned songs like "Keep In Mind," but you may recognize their stylings from Tanya Tucker's reality show, Tuckerville and Pageant School: Becoming Miss America, as they have penned and performed theme songs for both. This show is eighteen and up, and tickets are $10-12. Doors open at 6 p.m., and bands start at 8 p.m.
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