Songs like Lee Brice's new single 'Parking Lot Party' are easy to dismiss. It doesn't pack near as much punch as 'I Drive Your Truck,' but that's far from his intent. The South Carolina-raised singer is looking to add to the tailgate soundtrack, and at this he's successful.
Lee Brice's 'I Drive Your Truck' lyrics are intense enough to make even a grown man cry. But the emotional ballad only becomes more of a tear-jerker when you learn that it was inspired by a real-life situation.
Old buddies Lee Brice and Jerrod Niemann were both in Las Vegas for the ACMs over the weekend, and since Brice's wedding is coming right up, they thought it would be a good time for a big bachelor party. But far from a rip-roaring wild time, they ended up enjoying a fairly tame evening -- at least by the standards of their younger days.
Lee Brice has been on a huge roll lately, with his last two singles both reaching the top spot on the Billboard country chart and a nomination for Song of the Year in the Academy of Country Music Awards. His latest single is also headed for No. 1, and in a new interview, the singer-songwriter reveals how he balances the enormous workload that comes along with his success.
We can't think of a better way to beat the summer heat than with some live country music, doled out by Brad Paisley. The singer, who is gearing up for the April 9 release of 'Wheelhouse,' has announced the first leg of his Beat This Summer Tour.
If the just-announced lineup for the 2013 Baierl Subaru Country Megaticket event is any indicator of Brad Paisley's pending tour plans, it seems as though the 'Southern Comfort Zone' singer has enlisted Chris Young and Lee Brice as touring buddies for his upcoming headlining run.
Lee Brice will marry to his longtime girlfriend Sara Reeveley in April, and when they go away for their honeymoon, the 'Hard to Love' singer says he wants a trip that will be a big surprise for his soon-to-be-wife.
The new single from country newcomers Florida Georgia Line moves on once again. For the second night in a row, the duo watched as fans voted 'Get Your Shine On' past the competition. 'Whiskey' by Jana Kramer put up a good fight, but votes tallied yesterday and last night on Taste of Country Nights radio favored the 'Cruise' hitmakers.
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