October 21, 2017


DOORS: 6:00PM        SHOW: 7:30        AGES: 13+

Some people are just born communicators and Lucas Hoge has that gift. Whether he’s writing a song for a hit TV show, performing for troops overseas or sharing his love for the great outdoors with fellow sportsmen at a Cabela’s gathering, Hoge has that rare ability to find common ground with just about  anyone and draw them into his world.

Hoge’s creative universe has long revolved around music, and his latest offerings on Rebel Engine Entertainment showcase a songwriter of considerable depth and a singer with an enviable skill for interpreting a lyric. “I try to either  find songs or write songs that I think are going to stand the test of time and really  connect with the listener,” Hoge says. “I want every album to be an audio novel that people can listen to from top to bottom that takes them on a journey. I want songs that you can sink your teeth into and actually carry with you.”

Whether he’s delivering a breezy summer anthem like “Flip Flops,” the poignant ballad “Who’s Gonna Be There,” which he penned for a hometown friend who died much too young, or his latest single "Dirty South" with its swampy Southern groove,  Hoge engages listeners with his warm, evocative  vocals and emotional authenticity. He has a gift for bringing the best out in a lyric and does just that with the playful “Boom Boom"; It’s a fun twist on a love song,” Hoge says. “Boom Boom” shot to #1  on the CMT 12 Pack it’s second week on air and held the number one position for an unprecedented  seven weeks.

Warner Bros. featured his song “If I Only Could” on the hit TV  show “Smallville.” Soon after, he began racking up numerous TV, film and commercial credits. He  scored a 13-episode series for HBO, wrote a jingle for Lipton Tea and appeared with Faith Hill in the  TV campaign for NBC’s "Sunday Night Football."   He wrote the title song and starred in the Animal  Planet TV show “Last Chance Highway,” a reality show focused on rescuing dogs and transporting  them to their forever homes. He also penned the theme song “Give a Damn” for the GAC TV show “Tom’s Wild Life.” Most recently, Hoge wrote the theme song for Hero Brand and is appearing in  their commercial ad campaign airing nationwide now. 

WATCH VIDEO: "Boom Boom"

WATCH VIDEO: "Flip Flops"

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