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Jan
15

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Lee Brice and Chris Young Team Up for Co-Headlining Tour

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wo of country music’s most dynamic voices — Chris Young and Lee Brice — join forces to kick off 2015, bringing their unique brands of soulful, high-energy country together for a co-headlining tour beginning in Syracuse, NY at the War Memorial (at Oncenter) on Thursday, Jan. 22.

Brice — the “evocative, rough-edged singer” (New York Times) who notched a No. 1 debut for his album I Don’t Dance and was the first country artist to secure an RIAA platinum single certification with the album’s title track, also a #1 radio single, in 2014 ­— says he’s looking forward to touring with Young, “one of country music’s most reliable hitmakers” (USA Today).

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Nov
21

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VIDEO: Lee Brice ‘Drinking Class’

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It’s Friday! It’s been a long hard week but the weekend is coming up and then it’s Thanksgiving! To celebrate, check out the official music video for Lee Brice’s blue collar anthem ‘Drinking Class’ below. The song is currently top 30 on Billboard and rising, and follows the #1 Platinum single ‘I Don’t Dance’, the lead from Lee’s album of the same name.

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Sep
9

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iTunes UK Country Chart Roundup – Week of 9th September, 2014

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Lee Brice is the spotlight of this roundup, largely due to the release of his new album ‘I Don’t Dance’, currently at #3 and #18 on our Country Albums chart (deluxe and standard editions). Of course, Dolly Parton is still holding onto #1 and #4, and Taylor Swift has her usual monopoly of #2 (‘Red’), #11 (‘Red – Deluxe Edition’), #12 (‘Fearless’), and #13 (‘Fearless – Platinum Edition’), while Lady Antebellum sit at #7 with ‘Need You Now’, but there are a few differences on the chart. For example, Lady Antebellum’s pre-order for their upcoming album ‘747’ is at #9, Brad Paisley’s ‘Moonshine In The Trunk’ is at #6, and Derek Ryan’s ‘The Simple Things’ is down at #16.

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Sep
9

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Lee Brice ‘I Don’t Dance’ – Album Review

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Sometimes, when artists release new albums, they do what you expect them to. You have a preconceived idea of how the record is going to sound, what kind of topics they will cover, the quality of the lyrics and vocals. So when you listen, it generally fulfils your expectations and you’re comfortable in that, with just enough twists and turns to keep you interested through the warmth of familiarity. Sometimes, however, artists create something entirely different from what you assume, whether through going in a musical direction they did not explain prior to release, making music that contradicts their image, or the polarizing options of making a record far better than you could ever have imagined, versus making a record that is far worse than you expect of their talent. Every time an artist releases a new record, they have the potential to do all of these things and more, and it can be a bit nerve-wracking, especially if you’re a fan of that artist.

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Sep
4

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Lee Brice ‘Drinking Class’ – Single Review

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It’s funny how one semi-established artist can find success with a sound and another can’t. However much they differ sonically and artistically, you can’t deny the similarities between the music we have heard thus far from Lee Brice’s sophomore album and what we have heard of Kip Moore’s sophomore album. Lee’s lead single ‘I Don’t Dance’ peaked at #1 on radio and #5 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, and his follow-up ‘Drinking Class’ is already top 50 despite the fact that it’s not officially released until September 8. Kip Moore, meanwhile, launched with ‘Young Love’, which peaked at #22, and returned with ‘Dirt Road’, his current single that is still top 50 on radio even though it was released some months ago. Both men have opted for a big, stadium rock sound channeling Springsteen among others, and both men have grounded those sounds first in a love song, before opting for something more about lifestyle and southern working class identity. Both men have received mostly positive press for their releases.

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Aug
14

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Billboard Chart Roundup – Week of August 23rd, 2014

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We’re back again this week for another edition of the Billboard chart roundup, bringing to you easy-to-use comparisons between each of the five country charts on offer. Read on for more information about where your favorite artists are charting this week with full top 50 information.

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Apr
20

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Lee Brice Releases Video for ‘I Don’t Dance’

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Lee Brice has just recently released the music video for his new song ‘I Don’t Dance’. The song (the lead single from his upcoming third studio album) is a tribute to his beautiful wife, Sara Reeveley, and features scenes from their wedding. The video was also shot on the stage of the Ryman, the Mother Church of Country Music. The Know recently picked the song as Wedding Song of the Year and picked it as the song for the first dance of their Dream Wedding contest.
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Apr
2

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2014 ACM Awards Performers Announced: Where Are All the Women?

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Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban, Lee Brice, Kacey Musgraves, Blake Shelton, and Taylor Swift. What do all of these people have in common besides being country music stars? They are all among the most nominated acts at this year’s Academy of Country Music Awards, airing this Sunday April 6th on CBS.

McGraw and Lambert lead the pack with seven nominations each, while Urban, Brice, Musgraves, Shelton and Swift scored six a piece. All but Musgraves and Swift are set to perform during the show this year – Shelton and Lambert even get two performances each.

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