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Lucas Hoge

Lucas Hoge

American singer-songwriter and musician, country music
Lucas Hoge
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Intro American singer-songwriter and musician, country music
Is Songwriter
From United States of America
Type Music
Gender male
Lucas Hoge
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Biography

Lucas Jerrod Hoge is an American singer-songwriter and musician.

Biography

Lucas Hoge grew up in Hubbell, Nebraska, along with four siblings. At the age of 17, he started to play the guitar. Hoge attended the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Nebraska. He was the lead artist for two bands; the rock band "Southern Cross" and "Xtreme Devotion", a Christian music group. Local residents of the small town raised $2,500 to help launch his career. Hoge moved to an apartment in Nashville and started work, performing in small clubs in the evenings.

His first CD, entitled "In My Dreams", was released in 2002. In the same year, Hoge's first song for television was "If I Only Could" and featured on the hit Warner Brothers show Smallville. Hoge released his second album, "Dirt", in 2006.

Hoge went on to appear on television programs including a 2007 Toby Keith Christmas production, a Saturday Night Football promotion with Faith Hill.

Hoge has toured Denmark, Norway, Sweden and traveled to the Middle East to perform for American troops. where he visited bases in Iraq, Kuwait, Kosovo, Afghanistan as well as other locations. Since his first visit, Hoge has become involved with ThanksUSA.org, which is a charity that helps military families with education scholarships. Hoge is the official spokesperson for Guardian Angels for a Soldiers Pet.

Lucas Hoge at the Ryman Auditorium 2011

Hoge was the host and star of Animal Planet's TV show "Last Chance Highway" and wrote and performed the show's theme song. In 2011 he made his debut performance at the Ryman.

In 2011 Hoge joined the Armed Forces Entertainment Wrangler National Patriot Tour.

Hoge received his first nomination in the Inspirational Country Music Awards (ICM) as "New Artist of The Year" 2011. Hoge gained recognition in the Christian Country genre when he answered a woman’s dying wish, Natalie Fognani, and wrote the song "How Was I To Know", inspired by her poem. Around the same time, Hoge played several concerts in Colorado, where Natalie lives, including opening for Martina McBride.

Hoge landed his second TV show theme song with "Give A Damn".

Record Label: Lucas Hoge signed a recording deal with Rebel Engine Entertainment in April 2016.

Lucas Hoge is the Brand Ambassador for Cabela's - the World's Foremost Outfitter of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear. Cabela's will be the exclusive sponsor of the Lucas Hoge Tour 2015. Hoge will appear at select store grand openings throughout the year. Hoge will also host a brand-new, consumer-facing online video series in which he will provide objective consumer reviews on new equipment, apparel and accessories from the Cabela's product line on a monthly basis. Each video will include an exclusive acoustic performance.

Hoge is married to Laura Hoge and lives in Nashville.

Awards

  • 2006 – Country Album of the Year – Los Angeles Music Awards
  • 2006 – Christian Contemporary Singer/Songwriter of the Year – Los Angeles Music Awards
  • 2011 – ICM's New Artist Of The Year – Nomination
  • ^ Bowman, Al. "LA Music Awards" (PDF). Retrieved October 18, 2011. 
  • Higgins, Jason (October 2011). "Top 5 Nominees". Powersource Magazine: 13. 

Music videos

Year Title Director
2014 "Flip Flops" Brett Bortle
2016 "Boom Boom" Stokes Nielson

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