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280x210Lee Brice and Thompson Square will take part in a tribute concert to the military during the ACM Experience in Las Vegas on March 31. The concert is free and open to the public. Brice is nominated in the ACM's song of the year category for co-writing the Eli Young Band's "Crazy Girl," while Thompson Square received a nomination in the vocal duo category. Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers, JT Hodges, Kip Moore and Craig Morgan will also appear at the event hosted by singer and HLN news anchor Robin Meade. The ACM Experience will be held at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. The military tribute concert will begin at 7:30 p.m.

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66481332391600571WHAT:  ACM Concert – Salute to the Military Presented by NRA Country is a free, open-to-the-public celebration for military families and country music fans, and is part of THE ACM EXPERIENCE weekend of special events at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino.  Military ID holders will be invited to a special reserved section for the concert, which will include special onstage moments such as the presentation of charitable donations to three worthy military-inspired charitable organizations: Folds of Honor Foundation, Nellis Air Force Base Youth Programs and Wounded Warrior Project.


WHO:  Featuring performances by ACM Song of the Year nominee Lee Brice, Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers, JT Hodges, Kip Moore, Craig Morgan, ACM Vocal Duo of the Year nominee Thompson Square and more.  The evening will be hosted by Robin Meade singer and anchor of HLN's "Morning Express with Robin Meade."    



-2Picture of NBC's Today Show host, Hoda Kotb with Lee Brice this morning, March 20, 2012!

Maybe it's the absence of Kathie Lee or the Southern manners of guest host Lee Brice, but Hoda — who is notoriously hyper-competitive during game show segments — was a bizarrely good sport this morning.

 

When Women's Health features editor Sascha Gersdorff tested their knowledge of allergies with a little Myth vs. Fact game, Lee vowed to keep his eye on Hoda. "I hear she's a cheater," he said.

 

Turns out their allergies smarts were more or less equal (although neither of them knew that honey does not cure them), but Hoda was actually winning by a point when she suggested they declare it a tie. What? Who is this generous impostor?



4342649_brice_240 Tomorrow (March 20), breakfast TV show Today will get a country injection. That's because hit singer/songwriter Lee Brice will join Hoda Kotb to co-host the fourth hour of the top-rated national morning show. Brice will fill in for Kathie Lee Gifford, who is taking the week off.

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!"

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It’s a busy week on GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown! Both Lee Brice and Casey James drop by for a visit while host Nan Kelley counts down the Top 20 videos this week, chosen by you.

 

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 »

 

If you missed the last few episodes of Top 20 or want to re-watch some of your favorite interviews, head over to our Top 20 section for videos, photos and more! You can also catch Top 20 Extras, cast your votes, and take a look at the current chart to see where your favorite videos land. Visit Top 20 »

 

Remember, GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown is chosen by you, the viewers. Be sure to head over to our voting page and vote daily for your favorite videos!



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Lee_Brice_CountryMusicRocks.net_-1On Tuesday, March 20, the Today Show gets a little more country as hit singer/songwriter Lee Brice joins Hoda Kotb to co-host the fourth hour of the top-rated national morning show. Brice will fill in for Kathie Lee Gifford who is taking the week off.

 

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.

 

66481331258559380NRA Country and the Academy of Country Music announced today that the Second Annual NRA Country/ACM Celebrity Shoot, hosted by ACM Entertainer of the Year nominee Blake Shelton, will take place on Saturday, March 31, 2012 as part of The Week Vegas Goes Country® – the week leading up to the 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, a star-studded event produced for television by dick clark productions that will be broadcast LIVE from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas Sunday, April 1, 2012 at 8:00 PM live ET/delayed PT on the CBS Television Network.  Shelton will also co-host the Awards alongside Reba for the second consecutive year.

The NRA Country/ACM Celebrity Shoot, presented by SoundGear by LaPierre, is a two course, 10 station, 40 target sporting clays competition for 20 teams of five shooters – including a celebrity captain – with prizes going to the top team and top celebrity shooter.  The event, emceed by Storme Warren, host of GAC’s Headline Country, will take place at the Desert Hills Shooting Club and will include celebrity participants including Lee Brice, Craig Campbell, Cowboy Troy, Ira Dean, Edens Edge, Craig Morgan, Jake Owen, Thomas Rhett, Outdoor Channel’s Lee & Tiffany Lakosky and Nick Mundt, TNA Impact Wrestling stars Jeff Hardy and James Storm, and more. The Second Annual NRA Country/ACM Celebrity Shoot will support Wounded Warrior Project, The Folds of Honor Foundation and the Nellis Air Force Base Youth Programs.

Screen_Shot_2012-03-07_at_11.44.33_AMIt makes sense that Lee Brice would be the first one to recognize a burning bus. After all, he watched his own go up in flames last month. Last night, Jerrod Niemann‘s bus caught fire, and he says it was the ‘Woman Like You’ singer who got his attention and made sure everyone was off the bus before an explosion that would have ripped through the cabin.

“To be honest, thank the good Lord that @leebrice was here tonite or I’d be freddy Krueger,” Niemann tweeted early Wednesday morning. As previously reported, the bus caught fire (Warning: image may be offensive) after the Heart Strings for Hope concert at the St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital in Chattanooga, Tenn. WRCB reports that Niemann was warned about the fire by friend Jon Stone, but he didn’t believe him.

“I’m like, ‘Dude, your gun’s shot. Our bus is not on fire,’” Neimann recalled. “I thought it was the heater. So I went to the thermostat and it says “Auto Cool”. So Lee gets off the bus and is like ‘Dude, that’s black smoke. Your bus is on fire.’”