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Goin' Country Lucas Hoge Pheasant Hunting (2011– ) online
Original Title :
Lucas Hoge Pheasant Hunting
Genre :
TV Episode / Reality TV
Year :
2011–
Type :
TV Episode
Time :
30min
Rating :
6.5/10
Goin' Country Lucas Hoge Pheasant Hunting (2011– ) online

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

Hoge received his first nomination in the Inspirational Country Music Awards (ICM) as "New Artist of The Year" 2011. 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.

Lucas Hoge grew up in Hubbell, Nebraska, where hunting and fishing are a way of life. He spent his childhood hunting deer and pheasants, and got his first bow when he was 18. But it wasn’t until his Colorado elk hunt about five years ago that he really fell in love with bowhunting. Maybe you’ve heard his new single, Boom Boom. Or maybe you recognize him as the host of Last Chance Highway, Animal Planet’s animal-rescue series

Lucas Hoge, No. 1 Billboard Country Albums Sales "Dirty South". Bass Pro/Cabela's & Southwest Airlines Ambassador: Congressional Sportsmen's AmbassadorПодписчиков: 74 тыс.

Hoge was the host and star of Animal Planet's TV show "Last Chance Highway" and wrote and performed the show's theme song 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. Lucas Hoge partners with Southwest Airlines as the Southwest Storyteller Ambassador.

Episode credited cast:
Lucas Hoge Lucas Hoge - Himself