Jerrod Niemann fans get ready — you will soon be able to hear your first notes of the singer-songwriter’s next single, titled ‘Shinin’ On Me,’ when he hosts his second StageIt performance on Monday (Feb. 27).
The new tune is one that Niemann co-wrote with Lee Brice, Rob Hatch and Lance Miller while out on tour with Brad Paisley last summer. The song will be the first single from Niemann’s sophomore album, slated for release later this year.
Some of Niemann’s fans who have caught him out on the road in the recent weeks opening for Miranda Lambert may have heard the song already, but for a majority of his fan base, they can hear ‘Shinin’ On Me’ — as well as a handful of other new songs that will be found on the soon-to-be-released album — next week for the very first time.
Clear Channel’s Big 98 WSIX/Nashville has put together a “Thursday Night Live” free concert featuring Curb Records country artist Lee Brice for this Thursday, Feb. 16. The event will start at 7:30 PM/CT at Dave & Busters in Opry Mills Mall.
Brice has earned back-to-back recognition for Billboard’s most popular songs in 2010 and 2011 for his own smash single “Love Like Crazy” as well as Eli Young Band’s recent hit “Crazy Girl.” Brice’s current single “A Woman Like You” is currently at No. 12 on MusicRow’s CountryBreakout chart and will be included on his upcoming sophomore album due out in April.
Lee Brice‘s highly-anticipated sophomore album on Curb Records is set to hit stores in April. The new collection of tunes will be titled ‘Hard to Love,’ and, according to the singer, will be packed with plenty of music that is his most honest to date.
“I’ve never been more excited about my music,” Brice told Taste of Country last month. “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.”