Country music duo LOCASH, has partnered with ESPN as part of the network’s coverage of the 2018 NCAA® Men’s College Baseball Season. The band’s current single, “Don’t Get Better Than That,” has been chosen as the theme song for ESPN’s network coverage of the 2018 season and will also be part of the NCAA® Men’s College World Series® next month. A music video for the duo’s current single was recently released and can be seen here: https://youtu.be/NGkVTUjQ4dE.

As part of the partnership, LOCASH will take a break from the packed touring schedule to perform at the Opening Ceremony of the NCAA® Men’s College World Series® on June 15th in Omaha. The band’s performance will take place on home plate at the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. The performance is part of an all-day celebration that is free to the public courtesy of presenting sponsor Enterprise Rent-A-Car. The stop comes amidst LOCASH on tour with Billy Currington currently underway.

LOCASH is comprised of singer-songwriters Chris Lucas and Preston Brust. With two albums and eight charting singles, LOCASH broke out in 2015 with their GOLD-certified hit, “I Love This Life,” and followed up with the #1 smash, “I Know Somebody” – their first trip to the top of the Country radio airplay charts – and 2017’s “Ring On Every Finger.” All three singles were part of their Reviver Records album debut, THE FIGHTERS, which released in the summer of 2016 to Top 15 success. The natives of Baltimore and Indianapolis, respectively, were nominated at the ACM awards for New Vocal Duo, the CMT Awards for Duo Video of the Year, and the CMA awards for Vocal Duo of the Year. “Don’t Get Better Than That” is the first single from their highly anticipated sophomore release, expected in summer 2018.

Website: www.locashmusic.com
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Twitter: @LOCASHmusic
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For more information on LOCASH, please contact:
Paul Freundlich / PFA Media / 212-334-6116 / paulf@pfamedia.net
Kevin Chiaramonte / PFA Media / 212-334-6116 / kevinc@pfamedia.net