Friday night (Sept. 12) is a night Lee Brice will undoubtedly never forget. The singer, who performed before a sold-out crowd at New York City's Madison Square Garden as the opening act on Luke Bryan's That's My Kind of Night Tour, was given a plaque by the RIAA, naming his single 'I Don't Dance' as the Fastest Certified Platinum Country Single of the Year.
If there's one thing that Lee Brice won't tolerate, it's lies. After a fan falsely accused the 'I Don't Dance' hitmaker of drinking too much before taking the stage at a recent show, he responded angrily, later speaking out about how slanderous accusations such as that really "burn him up."
With Artist of the Year already decided, Song of the Year is the most distinguished honor at the 2014 Taste of Country Awards. Ten hits from 2013 make the ballot, including ACM, CMA and Grammy nominees. Combined, these tracks have sold over 11 million downloads, but which is worthy of this fan-decided honor?
Brad Paisley is a major prankster. He's notorious for his love of sneaky shenanigans on tour -- usually done to his openers. But this time, his opening acts Lee Brice and the Henningsens got to him first, pulling a major prank on the singer.
This is a simple video. A man driving a truck. It sounds kind of boring, but the message in the song is great. Lee Brice has been writing hit songs for all the country stars and when he debuted his own sound I knew he would deliver some great songs.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas for Lee Brice. The 'Hard to Love' hitmaker reveals that he wants to record a Christmas album, but with a twist -- instead of yet another in the endless parade of half-baked 'White Christmas' renditions already out there, the singer-songwriter would like to make a holiday album that includes a lot of new material.
Has Lee Brice petitioned to include his name as a last minute addition to the upcoming Presidential election ballot? Well... not quite, but the 'Hard to Love' singer has released a series of hilarious campaign videos, which spoof typical political warfare tactics in an effort to sway voters of his own. The 'Hard to Love' singer is hoping that when deciding the fate of the New Artist trophy for the
Last week it was party time once again for Lee Brice. This time, however, he was not celebrating a song he wrote for another artist, but rather his own hit song, ‘A Woman Like You.’ Brice and the song’s three writers — Phil Barton, Jon Stone and Johnny Bulford — gathered at CMA headquarters in Nashville where they were honored with the song that topped the country singles chart back in April.
This is one of those songs you can't help but turn the volume up each time it comes on the radio. If you haven't seen the video yet, it's pretty entertaining. So, sit back turn the volume up and and enjoy!