Lee came by to talk with Suzanne Alexander about his new album, Hard 2 Love, due out April 24, while Casey dished to Nan about his self-titled debut album, which hits shelves on Tuesday, March 20. Tune in tonight at 9/8c to see what else Lee and Casey have to talk about! Check the full schedule »
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In April 2011, Hoda Kotb selected Lee Brice’s hit single and Billboard’s Most Played Song of 2010, “Love Like Crazy,” for her “iHoda Playlist.” Now, close to a year later, she has invited the singer to join her and perform his new Top 10 smash, “A Woman Like You,” live in studio. Brice commented on the invitation, “I’m really excited to co-host with Hoda. I love that she loves country music and shares it with the world on her ‘iHoda Playlist.’ Buckle up Hoda, we’re gonna have some fun!”
Brice’s “Today” debut kicks off a soon-to-be busy schedule for the award-nominated singer. On April 1, Brice will compete in the “Song of the Year” category at the ACM Awards for co-writing Eli Young Band’s first #1 single, “Crazy Girl.” Then, on April 24, his much-anticipated sophomore album, Hard 2 Love, hits the streets with a fury of media appearances. “A Woman Like You” is the lead release from the album and is currently at #10 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart and is selling over 40,000 single downloads weekly.
Lee Brice fans, get ready! The singer’s highly-anticipated sophomore release, titled ‘Hard 2 Love,’ is set to hit stores on Tuesday, April 24.
The 13-track album will feature an array of tunes, some penned by the singer and some by Nashville’s finest tunesmiths, including Billy Montana, Jerrod Niemann, Lance Miller, John Ozier, Jon Stone, Phil Barton and Eric Church.
A handful of country music industry staples are responsible for the production of ‘Hard 2 Love’ — the hands of Kyle Jacobs, Jon Stone, Doug Johnson and Matt McClure were just a few who helped make the record a reality. Brice, who co-wrote eight of the 13 tracks on the album, also serves as a co-producer on the project.
Just last month, Taste of Country talked to Brice about the new music, which he called some of his best work yet. “I’ve never been more excited about my music,” he said. “I was able to really go in with a lot of leeway from the label to make the record I wanted to make. We ventured out and did some really cool stuff … hopefully it’s cool. It’s definitely different. Either way, it’s just really honest. I’m just really excited about that part of it. Musically, I’m a very diverse person, so there’s a lot of different types and angles of music on this record … different flavors of it. I’m just excited for people to hear it and tell us what they think.”