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Lee Brice Records with Lifting Lives Campers – VIDEO

Earlier this week, Lee Brice spent time with “ACM Lifting Lives” campers during a recording session at Nashville’s Ocean Way Studios with producer, Ross Copperman.

“I got to hang out with some of the brightest, most talented musicians this week,” says Lee. “Everyone in the group came equipped with big hearts, creativity and such a love of music which is exactly what it takes to be able to do this in Nashville.”

Lee will release ‘I Don’t Dance’ on Sept. 9.

Lee Brice, Brett Eldredge and Wynonna Bring Music to Life at ACM Lifting Lives MusiC Camp

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ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp was in session this past week in Nashville, Tenn. with campers from around the country participating in a week of activities and excursions around Music City. The residential camp has the dual purpose of studying Williams syndrome while providing music enrichment through performance and education.

On Wednesday, reigning ACM Song of the Year winner Lee Brice visited the campers during a recording session, where they recorded their original song, “Bright Eyes” with producer Ross Copperman at Ocean Way Nashville Recording Studios. The campers wrote the song on Monday during a songwriting session with The Band Perry.

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Later that day, ACM New Artist nominee Brett Eldredge and multiple ACM award winner Wynonna dropped by and participated in a karaoke event at Winner’s with the campers.

The camp is a partnership between ACM Lifting Lives and Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. This year marks the 10th anniversary of Vanderbilt Kennedy Center’s Music Camp and the 5th year that ACM Lifting Lives has been involved.

5th Annual ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp to Include The Band Perry, Lee Brice, Brett Eldredge and More


ACM Lifting Lives® and the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities will partner again for the 5th Annual ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp, June 23-June 27, 2014, in Nashville, TN. This year marks the 10th anniversary of Vanderbilt Kennedy Center’s Music Camp and the 5th year that ACM Lifting Lives has been involved. Country music artists The Band Perry, Lee Brice, Brett Eldredge, JT Hodges, Casey James, Chris Janson, The Swon Brothers, Wynonna and producer Ross Copperman have graciously agreed to volunteer their time with the campers at various points throughout the week.

The Camp, a week-long residential program open to individuals with Williams syndrome, talented in music from around the nation, has a dual purpose of studying Williams syndrome while providing music enrichment through performance and education. ACM Lifting Lives funds the costs of the Camp in addition to providing scholarships to several campers, enabling the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center to advance its mission of improving the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families through research, training and service.

Campers will participate in a songwriting workshop and recording session, along with other music-oriented activities, culminating in a live performance on the world famous Grand Ole Opry.

Throughout the week, campers gain invaluable experience through visits from top-tier country music veterans. Prior camps have featured artist visits from Lauren Alaina, Gary Allan, Kix Brooks, Luke Bryan, Brett Eldredge, Julianne Hough, Jana Kramer, Lance Miller, Eddie Montgomery, David Lee Murphy, Jerrod Niemann, Jake Owen, LeAnn Rimes, Darius Rucker, Carrie Underwood, Paul Worley, Wynonna, Big & Rich, Little Big Town, Love and Theft and more.

Lee Brice to Release New Music this Fall

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Lee Brice will release his third studio album, I Don’t Dance, on September 9th. According to Rolling Stone, the project is very different for Lee, infusing lots of different sounds and influences.

“One thing I tried to do on this record is a lot of classic sounds, like on Bruno Mars’ record, but with a lot of hip sounds that he just created in his mind, or whatever it may have been. I love putting classic steel guitar with a classic banjo — all those sounds meshed with new sounds I created in my head.”

I’ve been sequencing this record for a year and a half. Every night, I lie in bed and think about sequencing this album,” he says, rolling his eyes. “I don’t know why I’m so obsessed with that, but I love records that flow and never lose you. It’s like going to a Garth Brooks show. He will come out and do four or five uptempos, and then the show rests…. And then he comes back out, in your face again. A record should be that way, too.”

Who’s excited for new music from Lee??

Over 10,000 Fans Pack Downtown Nashville for “Music City Gives Back”

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More than 10,000 rowdy fans packed downtown Nashville’s lower Broadway last night as the fourth annual “Music City Gives Back” concert hosted by country superstar Rodney Atkins took over for a pre-CMA Music Fest bash benefiting W.O. Smith Music School. The concert, which featured Atkins and headlining act Lee Brice as well as Jana Kramer, Dustin Lynch and Josh Thompson, lasted for more than five hours and wrapped shortly before midnight on June 3rd. Fans were treated to several surprise appearances throughout the night, as Justin Moore joined Lynch on stage for a performance midway through the show and Tyler Farr and Jerrod Niemann joined Brice late in the night for a crowd-riling rendition of Hank Williams Jr.’s “Family Tradition.”

Atkins and “America’s Morning Show” Host Blair Garner emceed the event, which was sponsored by Carl Black Chevrolet and Wrangler®. Cumulus Media stations NASH-FM and WSM-FM were also supporting on-site.

“I’m grateful to all of the artists and sponsors who came out last night to support W.O. Smith and make this show such a huge success,” said Atkins. “It was amazing to look all the way down Broadway and see it just packed with fans. It was a great night of fun and music for a great cause.”

Founded in 1984, W.O. Smith Music School provides music instruction to children from low-income families for the nominal cost of 50 cents per lesson. An all-volunteer teaching artist faculty of 220 gives music lessons to more than 650 students annually. Instruments and all learning materials are loaned to the students at no additional expense.

Atkins is currently working on his fifth studio album for Curb Records and performing headlining dates across the country. For more information, please visit

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