Lee Brice is battling the same freezing weather that's hitting most of the United States, but that's not stopping him from rolling down the road on his tour. Well, at least it's not stopping him for long.
CDs? Tickets? T-shirts? Every country star has signed a thousand of those, but only one man has signed a dirty sock. OK, maybe two people have. Find out who will and won't sign a baby, why Scotty McCreery gave a weirdo the Sharpie and the bizarre twist to Luke Bryan's answer in this video.
On Saturday night (Jan. 24), Lee Brice joined Garth Brooks onstage in Boston, Mass. to sing 'More Than a Memory,' a song he helped write for the superstar when he temporarily came back from retirement in 2007. Fans may remember it was the only song to ever debut at No. 1 on the radio airplay charts.
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.
Lee Brice's long-awaited 'I Don't Dance' album is finally in stores. But while listeners might naturally gravitate towards the album's first two singles, the title track and 'Drinking Class,' the singer-songwriter urges his fans to listen to the project from start to finish.
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."
Lee Brice isn't afraid to stand up for himself, especially when someone says something untrue. The 'Drinking Class' singer recently replied on Twitter to an accusation that he says was completely false.
Lee Brice's 'I Don't Dance' album hits on Sept. 9, and the singer is amping up excitement with a brand new single. Brice stopped by 'The Late Show With David Letterman' to debut 'Drinking Class' on Tuesday (Sept. 2).
Lee Brice is a busy man. He's a father of two, including a new baby boy, he's touring, he's prepping for the release of his upcoming album and he's busy writing songs -- he does it all, and he seems to do it all extremely well.
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