The LoCash Cowboys have made some big career adjustments, signing with a new label and changing their band name.

A new contract with Reviver Records, a New Jersey-based label that recently opened offices in Nashville, pairs the duo with some of the biggest names in the business, including President and CEO David Ross, who has worked with legendary country acts like Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Alabama and the Judds.

“We are incredibly excited to be working with this team and this label,” band member Chris Lucas tells Country Weekly. “I truly believe we are in the right place and this is our game changer! It took a while, but hey ... it's a marathon, not a sprint.

"I think 2015 will be a great year for LoCash," he adds. "We have a lot of friends in the industry and radio that have been waiting for this moment, and now it’s time.”

The band has also dropped "Cowboys" from their name, now going simply by LoCash.

“We will always be LoCash Cowboys because that’s how we started this journey. It’s about remembering your roots and where you came from," Preston Brust says. “But this next chapter of our lives, we have decided to just continue rockin' with just the name LoCash.

"We are really excited about this fresh start and our new team," he continues. "The new music, energy and everything else is already feeling amazing!”

The duo is wrapping up their Livin' Loud Tour this month. They are expected to release their first single with Reviver early next year.

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