The Lacs are certainly not strangers to the mud. Wheels Deep would like to congratulate them as their video for “Kicken Up Mud” hits 15 Million VIEWS! Someone likes the mud, the song, or maybe it’s the muddy girls on the poles in the video. Either way… these guys do not disappoint and know their way around a mud hole.
Brian and Clay have teamed up with Uncle Kracker for the next week or so and those shows are sure to rock!
NASHVILLE, TN (November 11, 2015) – With Thanksgiving around the corner, The LACS have a lot to be grateful for: A co-headlining “Bright Lights, Country Nights” six-city tour with Uncle Kracker, 15 million views of their “Kickin’ Up Mud” music video, and an army of fans which recently chose a new lyric video for their #3 charting Billboard album, “Outlaw in Me.” Watch the new lyric video here.
The “Bright Lights, Country Nights” tour kicks off this Thursday in Columbus, OH. “I’m looking forward to hitting the road with The LACS!,” commented Uncle Kracker. “We’re going to put on a great show and have a real good time. It’ll be one big party!”
Fans can’t seem to get enough of “them LAC boys.” Their ever-growing fan base mobilized to vote for their new lyric video and “Outlaw in Me” won hands down. Fans continue to discover the duo and have propelled “Kickin’ Up Mud,” from their Country Boy’s Paradisealbum, to a whopping 15 million views on YouTube. Watch the video here.
“Bright Lights, Country Nights” Tour Dates:
Nov. 13, 2015 – The Tree of Joliet, Joliet, IL
Nov. 14, 2015 – Limelight Eventplex, Peoria, IL
Nov. 19, 2015 – Ground Zero, Traverse City, MI
Nov. 20, 2015 – 8 Seconds, Indianapolis, IN
Nov. 21, 2015 – Piere’s Entertainment Center, Fort Wayne, IN
About The LACS
The LACS first received national attention with their Top 15 Billboard Country Album, 190 Proof, released in 2012, which remained on the chart for over 73 consecutive weeks. The album featured Colt Ford, Bubba Sparxxx and the song, “Shake It,” with Big & Rich. Since then, the duo, comprised of Brian King and Clay Sharpe, has sold roughly 1 million digital tracks, 350,000 albums, collectively earned more than 35 million YouTube views and were most recently featured in the Wall Street Journal. Their third studio album, Keep It Redneck, debuted at #3 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart, as did their current album, Outlaw In Me, in stores now.
For more information on The LACS, visit www.thelacsmusic.com. Follow The LACS @TheLacsMusic andFacebook.com/TheLacsMusic.