LoCash shared their affinity for '90s hits with a crowd of country music industry members and contest winners during a performance at Live in the Vineyard in Napa Valley, Calif., on Friday (Nov. 2). During a happy hour event, the country duo shared a cover of TLC's hit song "Waterfalls."

LoCash's Preson Brust took lead on the verses of "Waterfalls," with bandmate Chris Lucas adding harmonies. The two tackled the familiar chorus -- "Don't go chasin' waterfalls / Please stick to the rivers and the lakes that you're used to" -- together, before getting the crowd to clap and sing along to the final verse.

Written by TLC's Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, Marqueze Etheridge and Organized Noise, "Waterfalls" comes from TCL's sophomore album, 1994's CrazySexyCool. When the trio released the song as the album's third single, it hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified platinum. "Waterfalls" earned TLC two Grammy Awards nominations, for Record of the Year and Best Pop Performance By a Duo or Group With Vocal, and won at the MTV Video Music Awards and the Soul Train Music Awards.

LoCash signed with BBR Music Group's Wheelhouse Records in August, following time on Reviver Records (and, before that, Average Joes Entertainment). They released a new single, "Feels Like a Party," that month as well, and are working on new music for release in 2019.

Live in the Vineyard ran Nov. 2-4, bringing contest winners to Napa Valley for a weekend of food and wine paired with live performances from artists such as Jewel, Haley & Michaels and more. LoCash performed with Clare Dunn and Lucas Hoge at Brasswood Estate. The event takes place twice a year and celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2008.

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