Lee Brice is gearing up for a powerful I Don’t Dance (Sept. 9th) street week by debuting his second radio single “Drinking Class” tonight on “The Late Show With David Letterman” TONIGHT. The song that “heads right down the blue-collar Springsteen highway” (Country Weekly) follows “I Don’t Dance” which recently became Brice’s fourth #1 Country hit.
The “evocative, rough-edged singer” (NY Times) that Redbook calls a “keeper,” returns to New York City on Sept. 8TH for an appearance on “Wake Up With Al” with Al Roker and a street day performance on NBC’s “Today.”
USA Today posted its exclusive stream of the 16-track I Don’t Dance Deluxe Edition saying, “nobody in Nashville writes a love song like Brice,” and this week’s print edition of Rolling Stone says Lee is a “rising Nashville star who’s mastered the art of appealing to all of his fans,” with an album whose “songwriting is as urgent as the production is ambitious.”
Having co-written and co-produced nearly every song on the “best album of his career,” (Billboard Country Update) Lee “might just be the hardest-working man on Music Row” (American Songwriter).
To round out his release week, Lee will perform at Madison Square Garden on Friday, Sept. 12th and Barclays Center on Sunday, Sept. 14th as part of Luke Bryan’s “That’s My Kind of Night” tour.
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