Country duo LoCash played to a sold out crowd at The Cabooze Thursday evening. “ Ones To Watch” tour has been crisscrossing the U.S.A. “Ones To Watch” tour support bands included Michael Tyler and Ryan Follese. LoCash have been out promoting their latest album “The Fighters” released June 2016. Baltimore natives Chris Lucas and Preston Brust makeup this high energy duo.
Michael Tyler played the first set of the evening. Michael is a self-taught singer-songwriter/musician since the age of eight. When Michael moved to Nashville from Thayer, Missouri his odometer read 317. Oddly enough when Michael’s debut album was released it was titled “317”. Michael played a great 40 minute set. The crowd loved the intensity of his young voice. Michael Tyler certainly is a new up and coming star in country music today.Nashville’s own Ryan Follese took the stage next to help warm up the fans for LoCash. The former front man of Hot Chelle Rae came out and played like a seasoned pro. Ryan’s self titled “Ryan Follese” solo album was released in late 2016. Ryan spoke about being from the midwest and how important the family values were to him. Ryan introduced his 90 year old grandmother to the fans. Ryan played almost a full hour set. The last song of his set was his smash hit “Tonight Tonight” of Hot Chelle Rae. The fans were bouncing to the killer beat. Locash took the stage with authority opening with song “Bounce”. The crowd was rockin to the killer country sound. Locash played hit after hit. The fans were singing and dancing with LoCash. The rock sound of the guitar mixed with some country twang was simply amazing. The fans loved the high energy of LoCash. When LoCash played their #1 hit song “I know Somebody” the fans sang almost as loud as the band. The guys of LoCash loved it. They followed with their epic song “I Love This Life” the crowd went nuts. LoCash is a band to watch for years to come. They have already made a splash on country radio. They announced that they were nominated for a ACM award and how happy they were for being noticed by the ACM committee. What a fun concert.