Friday, May 1, 2015


With Hoge as the Official Wrangler® National Patriot Artist, the Wrangler® National Patriot Program and Clothing Line Have Raised More Than $850,000 to Support The Needs of Wounded and Fallen Soldiers and Their Families

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 1, 2015) – In the words of Winston Churchill, "We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." Freshly inked by Reviver Records and already tapped as Cabela’s® newest brand ambassador, bright-eyed newcomer Lucas Hoge, lives his life by that philosophy.

In his 2010 leading role on Animal Planet's “Last Chance Highway,” Hoge dedicated over a year of his life to find loving homes for stray and unclaimed shelter dogs who had been left abandoned with no where to go; and today, he continues to live out his philanthropic calling through support of the U.S. Military. In partnership with the all-American clothing line, Wrangler®, he will soon embark on the Wrangler® National Patriot Tour in observance of Memorial Day. As the only music artist on the tour, he will perform for brave servicemen and women at various forward operating bases throughout the Middle East.

"To get to be a part of this tour and spend one-on-one time with the heroes who are fighting every day for our freedom… it's a real honor for me,” Hoge said. But he knows the product of their sacrifice far outweighs anything he can do for them.

“I'm glad to try and bring some peace and comfort to them through my music, but having done these tours before, I've learned that what I get out of going and being there is far greater than anything I could ever give back. Just to meet our heroes face to-face, shake their hands, look them in the eye and thank them for what they do – that’s what this is all about. It's an unforgettable opportunity," he added.

In the time Hoge has served as the official Wrangler® National Patriot artist, the Wrangler® National Patriot Program and clothing line have collectively raised over $850,000 for wounded and fallen servicemen and women and their families. Contribution to those funds has come from the sale of Hoge’s self-penned, patriotic anthem, “Medal of Honor,” from which proceeds are donated per sale from the Wrangler® National Patriot website:

Over the years, Hoge has toured throughout Iraq, Kuwait, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Hawaii, Alaska and the Middle East performing for U.S. military troops, and his songs "Soldier's Creed," and "Medal of Honor" are both featured on his Music for Our Troops CD, which pays tribute to military members for their daily sacrifices. He is also involved with, a charity that helps military families obtain scholarships for education, and in acknowledgement of his love for animals, is the official spokesperson for Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet©, which fosters animals for soldiers while they are stationed overseas.

This spring and summer, Hoge will bring his traditional country sound and energy-packed performances to a slew of summer music festivals including the CMA Music Festival (Nashville, Tenn.), BackYard BBQ (Pueblo, Colo.), the Cuchara Country Music Festival (La Veta, Colo.), and many more.  He is also positioned to release a new single in 2015 called “Power of Garth” – a poignant ballad heralding the legacy of country icon Garth Brooks.

Though momentum will build as the small-town Nebraska native continues to chase his life-long dream in country music, he’ll always be focused on ‘giving back.’

Hoge was nominated for the Inspirational Country Music (ICM) Association’s “New Artist of The Year Award,” in 2011 after answering a woman’s dying wish to write a song inspired by her autobiographical poem, “How Was I To Know.”
For more information on Lucas Hoge and to purchase tickets for any of his upcoming shows, visit Follow him on Twitter and Facebook, too!


June 5 – Monte Rio, CA | Spring Concert
June 6 – Monte Rio, CA | Spring Concert
June 11 – Nashville, TN | CMA Music Festival
June 12 – Pueblo, CO | Back Yard BBQ
June 13 – Cuchara, CO | Cuchara Music Festival
June 27 – Oklahoma City, OK | OKC Fest
July 16 – Monte Rio, CA | The Grove
July 17 – Monte Rio, CA | The Grove
July 18 – Monte Rio, CA | The Grove
July 19 – Monte Rio, CA | The Grove
Dec. 3 – Las Vegas, NV | National Finals Rodeo
Dec. 4 – Las Vegas, NV | National Finals Rodeo
Dec. 12 – Las Vegas, NV | National Finals Rodeo


Another great event just announced to kick off #CMAFEST2015

What a great lineup of phenomenal talent for this event - Billy Yates, T. Graham Brown, Jimmy Fortune, Jason Crabb, Daryle Singletary, Jeff Bates, Buddy Jewell, Teea Goans, Jeannie Seely, Lu Lu Roman, John Berry, Mo Pitney, Emi Sunshine, Emily Brooke, Grayson Yates, Buddy Cannon, Whitey Shafer, Dallas Frazier and more being added! These artists will be backed by some of the most talented musicians in country music.

 This is a fundraising even for Christmas for the Children. Not only are you getting an outstanding night of music, your admission is going towards a very wonderful cause. 

General Admission - $20.00
Mid-Level Seating - $45.00
VIP includes table seating closest to stage and artist Meet and Greet - $55.00

Tickets can be purchased HERE


Taking Place Wednesday, June 10th at Nashville’s 3rd & Lindsley

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 30, 2015)--- Country music star, Clay Walker announced today that he will be hosting the sixth annual Chords of Hope Benefit Concert at 3rd & Lindsley during Nashville’s CMA Fest on Wednesday, June 10th.The concert, presented by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., sponsored by Pinnacle Financial Partners and produced by Clay’s charity Band Against MS (BAMS), will help raise money and awareness for multiple sclerosis (MS) research with proceeds going to the MS Center at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Doors open at 6:30 PM and tickets are now available HERE via Eventbrite.

“Every year we have had such an amazing turnout at Chords of Hope which only fuels my passion to keep the annual benefit going for years to come,” said Clay.  

Clay will be bringing along additional performers to be announced in the coming weeks. Past guests include Montgomery Gentry, Dustin Lynch, Craig Campbell, Greg Bates and more.

Band Against MS, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3), or not-for-profit, public charity committed to providing educational information for those living with Multiple Sclerosis, funding programs researching a cure for Multiple Sclerosis, and funding programs helping those living with the disease. Clay Walker established BAMS in February 2003 because he wanted to help others living with the same disease he has battled since 1996. To date BAMS,, has raised more than 2.5 million dollars.

For ticket information, please visit or call (615-259-9891)
To learn more about Clay Walker and BAMS, visit and