Lee Brice Adds Maddie & Tae, Clare Dunn, Jerrod Niemann to Tour
Lee Brice and Tyler Farr were all set to kick off their Life Off My Years Tour on Feb. 4, but due to vocal surgery and enforced vocal rest, Farr had to step off the bill. In his place, Maddie & Tae, Clare Dunn and Jerrod Niemann will be added to select dates.
Tyler Farr Pulls Out of Lee Brice Tour Due to Vocal Surgery
Tyler Farr has been forced to cancel his much-anticipated run of shows with Lee Brice. The singer has been placed on total vocal rest after undergoing surgery to remove a polyp on his vocal cords.
Lee Brice Juggles Producing Other Artists, New Album
Lee Brice is a triple threat. The singer, songwriter and producer recently sat down with Radio.com to discuss his songwriting and next album, but it turns out that's not the only thing he's been working on. When he's not on the road touring and writing his own songs, Brice has been pr…
Lee Brice Postpones Oklahoma Concert Due to Weather
Lee Brice has become country music's latest victim of Winter Storm Jonas. The singer-songwriter has postponed a show in Oklahoma because his buses are unable to leave Nashville.
iHeartCountry Festival Returns for a Third Year With All-Star Lineup
The iHeartCountry Festival returns to Texas for its third year, and the lineup keeps getting bigger.
Lee Brice Donates $20K for South Carolina Flood Relief
Lee Brice is giving back to his home state in a big way. The country star has donated more than $20,000 for flood relief in South Carolina.
Sam Hunt, Chris Stapleton, Lee Brice + More Added to 2016 ACM Party for a Cause Festival L…
The 2016 ACM Awards in Las Vegas will once again expand to include a multi-day festival loaded with performances from country's biggest stars. Carrie Underwood, Dierks Bentley and Kenny Chesney will headline the fourth annual ACM Party for a Cause Festival, April 1-3, but nearly two dozen other…
Lee Brice, Tyler Farr Announce 2016 Life Off My Years Tour
Lee Brice and Tyler Farr are hitting the road together, and from the looks of it, it's going to be a fun ride.
Lee Brice’s Bullet Necklace Was a Gift From a Soldier
Lee Brice says his CMA-winning hit “I Drive Your Truck” continues to humble him. Recently a war veteran gave him a gift that now serves as a daily reminder of how precious life can be, and how music can serve a greater purpose.