Lee Brice has nothing but pride in his upcoming tour. The "I Don't Dance" singer is embarking on the Label Me Proud Tour that begins on June 2 in Hampton Beach, N.H. Michael Ray and Tyler Farr are set to join as special guests, along with newcomer Jackson Dean and songwriter Tim Montana. Throughout the... Read More.
One of Lee Brice's favorite things to do is perform in front of his fans, night after night. But after more than a year off of the road, Lee admits it has been a bit of a challenge to remember how to put on a... Read More.
Before Lee Brice attempted to find success as a country music singer, he had big aspirations of being a professional football player -- a dream that almost came true. Lee earned a scholarship to play football at Clemson University, until an elbow injury permanently derailed any hopes... Read More.
Folds of Honor Tennessee is launching its first annual Celebrity Golf Tournament this year, with several country artists lending their support. Lee Brice, Michael Ray and Mitchell Tenpenny are among the many participants in the one-day fundraiser, set to take place at The Governors Club in Brentwood, Tennessee... Read More.
Lee Brice and Ashley McBryde were two of the artists honored by the Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) at a ceremony that took place Wednesday night, during a socially-distanced event at Nashville’s Listening Room Cafe. Lee’s “One of Them Girls” was named AIMP's... Read More.
Lee Brice is making his full-song performance debut on the ACM stage during the awards show on Sunday night, and he’s planning to make it count. “I performed a piece of ‘I Drive Your Truck,’ like,’ 10 years ago at a commercial bumper on the... Read More.