LOCASH joins other USO performers along with military members and their dependents at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, WA
Photo Credit: U.S Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Aranza Valdez
LOCASH recently returned from the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 2021 USO Tour. On the six day, seven stop tour the chart-topping twosome performed for our military members, participated in troop engagements, and shared meals with U.S. service members from Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, Space Force, and Army.
Joining LOCASH on their journey was Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Air Force General John E. Hyten, actor Wilmer Valderamma, recording artist Lauren Daigle, comedian Taylor Williamson, New Orleans Saints’ Hall of Fame members, Deuce McCallister and Michael Lewis, and Miss America, Camille Schrier. This marks the second time that LOCASH has been tapped for a USO tour with Gen. Hyten.
“It’s been more than a year since we were able to thank our troops in person—we can’t express how thankful we are for General Hyten inviting us along and providing the opportunity for us to express our gratitude in-person at a USO show to those protecting our freedoms once again,” said LOCASH.
In addition to touring, the “One Big Country Song” singers have been hard at work, focusing on songwriting and making music, including a hattrick of recently released collaborations. LOCASH joined the Australian duo, The Wolfe Brothers for the rebel-rousing duet, “Startin’ Something.” The music video for the barnstormer was released internationally today—watch it HERE. Additionally, LOCASH teamed up with Jimmie Allen for “Get Country,” the first song on Allen’s critically-acclaimed Bettie James Gold Edition album as well as the duo’s own “Cloud of Dust (feat. The Gronkowski Brothers),” written with the famed football-loving brothers.