Friday, December 8, 2023


Lucas Hoge’s original holiday tune “Hey Christmas” will be featured in the new movie "A Cowboy Christmas Romance" starring actress and country artist Jana Kramer. The new film premieres on Lifetime Saturday, December 9, 2023 at 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central and will be available to stream the following day. The fun holiday gem was originally released on his 2021 Lucas Hoge 12.25 album.

In addition to Kramer, A Cowboy Christmas Romance stars Adam Senn, Mary-Margaret Humes, Cassie Randolph, Curt Mega, Bruce Thomas, Lisa Lee, and Max Ehrich. One week before Christmas, a huge business deal sends real estate “closer” Lexie Crenshaw (Kramer) back to a place she swore she’d never return: her hometown of Tubac, Arizona. Back on the range, Lexie must convince Coby Mason (Senn), a horse-whispering rancher, to part ways with his family's land, while navigating her relationship with the father (Thomas) and brothers she left behind, leading her to reconsider the life she gave up 10 years ago.

The movie follows the release of Hoge's beautiful rendition of “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas,” which is available now. Produced by Kent Wells (Dolly Parton), “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas” was released on Forge Entertainment via ONErpm.  

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“For those who know me, know Christmas is my favorite time of the year and to have our songs in movies is always exciting,” said Lucas. “I hope these songs bring holiday cheer to a lot of people at a time where we really need it.”

The new single and movie cap off a busy year for Lucas. He released the hit single and video “Nowhere,” toured with Chapel Hart, headlined his own dates and organized the inaugural Belize Songwriter Festival.

Set at four beautiful resorts on stunning Hopkins Beach, Belize, Lucas created the event with friends Dwayne Hoving, Jen Carney, and branding guru Laura Lynn. The lineup featured 10 songwriters including Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame member Paul Overstreet, Lindsay Ell, Craig Campbell, Phil Barton, Trent Tomlinson, Forest Glen Whitehead, and more. Operation Encore stepped in to help send military veteran singer/songwriter Tyree Woods to participate in the event. Next year’s event is set for May 17&18, 2024. Follow for updates and to purchase tickets.

The avid outdoorsman returned last summer with season four of his wildly popular television series Hoge Wild. The Heartland Network recently picked up seasons one and two, and fans can catch episodes each weekend. Hoge is the creator and executive producer and shares his passion for wildlife conservation throughout the series, changing the narrative around the outdoor lifestyle.

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