THE LACS

Lynchburg Concerts and Phase 2 Present

THE LACS

Hard Target, Crucifix, Nate Kenyon

Sat 5.12.18

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Phase 2

Lynchburg, VA

$5.00 - $20.00

This event is 21 and over

THE LACS sell out in Lynchburg every year, but 2018's Tour is by far their biggest Throwdown yet. Get your Tickets NOW before it Sells Out!

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The Lacs
The Lacs
"People see stuff that is already there and ask why I dream stuff that never was and ask why not”. This saying describes the LACS, they saw what was already there, had big dreams to be there, and asked the music industry why not? Their hick hop and southern rock sound is stronger than the moonshine they drink. The LACS which is the famous short abbreviation of the Loud Ass Crackers are from the sandy dirt roads of Baxley, Georgia. A South Georgia town more famous for its sawmills and turpentine stills than for having a successful southern rap group. The LACS consist of hip hop artist Clay “Uncle Snap” Sharpe and lead vocalist / guitarist Brian “ Rooster” King. With a blue collar background they have worked shutdowns with the union and framed many a house to earn enough money keep their music dreams alive.

The LACS latest album is 'Outlaw In Me' is available now at www.TheLacsMusic.com
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Hard Target
Hard Target
Hard Target is a southern hip hop based group from Spring Hill.
Crucifix
Crucifix
Born in Atlanta Georgia, raised in Central and East Africa, Cameron Cruce spent much of his early childhood bouncing from continent to continent, soaking in a wide influence of music, language and culture. By the time he was eighteen, he was native to fifteen different countries, fluent in three languages and understood first hand the harsh reality of living face to face with the third world. But it was his unveiling passion for music that would soon take center stage in his life. At the age of twelve his family moved to Congo where he first began teaching himself to play the piano, writing and producing his very first music. He quickly discovered the power of pouring out his heart into song and within a year found himself recording his first album from the comfort of his bedroom. Making his own tapes with little more than a tape recorder and a keyboard, then designing the covers by hand he began to build a following, selling his music at school and on the dusty streets of Congo and Rwanda.
But his life would soon take an abrupt and devastating turn. In April of 1994, the country of Rwanda would break out into one of the worst genocides in history, leaving over a million dead in its wake. Cruce and his family found themselves on the front lines… a broken road of burning cars and mangled corpses the only path between them and safety. With nothing but a Bible in their hands and a prayer in their hearts the family pushed through the chaos, escaping with their lives under a hail of gunfire. Slipping through roadblocks of machete wielding mobs and back roads through dark mountains, the family finally made it safely into the country of Burundi, and began building a new life for themselves in Kenya East Africa. But the images and memories from Rwanda would forever make a lasting imprint on the life and music of Cruce... and in time, music itself would become the only outlet to save him from the silent hurt that was slowly beginning to swell inside.

At the age of sixteen his family returned to the States and for the first time in his life Cruce felt lost and out of place. The images of death that continued to tear at his mind were a burden no one could share, and he quickly found himself pulling away from the world around him. He launched himself into a vicious downward spiral of drugs, gangs and violence, and by the time he was eighteen was homeless and strung out on the streets of Southside Atlanta. It was there, on the roach ridden floors of a filthy crack-house he began writing what would become his first album; A cry from the deepest part of his soul, at the darkest place in his life to the God that had once delivered him from bloodshed of Rwanda. So he began the slow and arduous climb back up towards redemption. Within a year he was married with his first child, working full-time as a maintenance man, fighting to feed both his family and his undying dream for music.

By 2005 he finally completed and released his first fully independent album, “My Life’s Prayer” under the name BabyBlue. The controversial double disc debut took the Atlanta Underground by storm. Boasting 28 songs and two 32 page booklets, his image, delivery and powerful visual presentation set him apart from his peers who were fighting to dominate the Underground Mixtape scene. His audience slowly began to grow, branding his name and sealing his unique and fluid signature sound. Mixing fast-fire Southern Hip-Hop with smooth Rock vocals, a touch of Soul and no holds barred lyrical content, he began to set a new standard for cross-genre music. A year later, in 2006 he was hired on as co-producer, editor and musical mind behind the shocking Atlanta Underground film “Crackheads Gone Wild” and suddenly found himself diving into the world of film. A newfound passion that would soon become one of the biggest and most valuable assets of his career.

But 2007 was the year that everything changed for Cruce. After seven years of trying to juggle family, drugs, music and faith he reached his breaking point, and gave his life fully to Jesus Christ. He changed his name to Crucifix, to serve as a daily reminder that the man he once was would return to claim him if he failed to get up each morning put him to death. With a newfound faith he began to mark a new path forward… one of hope.

In 2009 his life story was published in the book “Your Own Jesus” by the multi-platinum, Grammy, Dove and American Music Award winning band Casting Crowns. In 2010 the story went international as “Your Own Jesus” was translated into its second language for release in Europe. By July he released his follow up album, “Cruce Signati”, featuring Southern HipHop legends Sean P of Youngbloodz, Goodie Mob and members of Outkast's Dungeon Family. The first single and music video, "Down 2 Die" (Feat. Sean P) quickly became an underground anthem in the 1%er biker community, hitting radio for the first time and

Crucifix began his first tours throughout the southeast.
By 2012 his music was appearing in reality shows on television networks such as VH1 and he signed his first record deal with Average Joes Entertainment out of Nashville, and began featuring on albums such as The Lacs "190 Proof" and Bubba Sparxxx "Pain Management". In January of 2013 Crucifix hit MTV for the first time with the visually stunning music video "Splinter", then went on to release his first full length film "Road To Chernobyl". A reality style documentary following him and three friends across the globe and into the radioactive Dead Zone of Chernobyl to shoot the music video "Chernobyl". In September of 2013 he left Average Joes and moved to Denver Colorado, forming his own record label Cruce Signati, independently releasing his third full length album "Acid Reign". Produced by the Multi-Platinum Phivestarr Productions, featuring Bubba Sparxxx, Nappy Roots, Sean P of Youngbloodz and Big Rube of the Dungeon Family.
In an effort to top his cinematic work on "Splinter" he followed up with the music video for "The Dreamer", which remains one of his most popular songs to date. Going into 2014, Crucifix launched his first clothing line The Cruce Signati Collection, driving even deeper the branding of his new independent movement.

In May of 2014 he appeared on the album "Abaddon" by Boondox from Psychopathic Records, dropping the music video "Don't Stop" and jumping on his first full nationwide tour, wrapping up the tour with his first performance at the 2014 Gathering of the Juggalos, appearing on all three stages. By Spring of 2015 he was running his second and third nationwide tours, touching the Billboard Charts Top 20 for the first time with the Moonshine Bandits album "Blacked Out", and The Lacs' "Outlaw In Me".

2016 hit hard. After a long, grueling and bitter divorce, Crucifix exorcised his hurt on the road, once again turning back to music as therapy

Pressing forward Crucifix continues to raise the bar in the world of cross-genre music, with the same stunning quality, heartfelt lyrics and dynamic visual presence. Known for his intense energy and passionate, heartfelt delivery, Crucifix continues to push the limits of cross-genre music.
Nate Kenyon
Nate Kenyon celebrates over 3 million views of his latest Dirt Road Dollars!

So I'm gonna try to give you the shortest version of my story. I was born in Massachusetts and lived there until I was 12. My folks split and my Mom moved me and my 4 sisters down to Baxley, GA. There marks the beginning of my exposure to country music but far from the day I fell in love with it.

Went through tons of phases throughout my teenage years...rocker, rapper, crooner...you name it I tried it. Then when I was 18 I got the chance to be on Americas Got Talent Season 5, didn't win but got to the top 12 and had one hell of an experience. After that I regrouped, evaluated myself and my life...tried more music that just didn't end up sticking. So when I was about 22 I decided screw it, I'm hanging up the dreams and I'm gonna go to college, start up a normal life. That didn't last too long. It did however last long enough for me to attend a few semesters at GSU and become the manager of Larry's Giant Subs.

Thankfully my buddy Pat stuck a guitar back in my hand one drunken night and told me to write a country song. Turned out a hell of a lot better than I thought it would, so the next morning I dropped out of school, quit my job, broke up with my girlfriend, and got the heck outta Dodge. Wrote a crappy acoustic album and started putting around in a 90s Neon to any dive bar and Mexican restaurant that would let me polish my craft in front of their customers. About a year later a few things happened simultaneously.

I signed an investment deal, was a finalist in the Country Showdown and signed a Pub deal with Warner Chappell in Nashville TN. Fast forward to now! I no longer write for Warner and me and my investors parted ways, but a ran across a new opportunity and the future is bright. I signed a record deal with Dirt Rock Empire, created by The LACs. There are so many things coming over the next year and I am so damn excited to share it with all of ya'll.
Venue Information:
Phase 2
4009 Murray Pl.
Lynchburg, VA, 24501
http://phase2club.com/