Lee Brice, Randy Houser and Jerrod Niemann took a break from their busy touring schedules last night to fulfill one of their lifelong dreams — to perform together on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry.
"The Grand Ole Opry experience last night was truly a dream come true," said Niemann. "Lee, Randy and I are still wondering how we went from sitting in the Opry seats watching our heroes sing to being three guys up there on that Opry stage playin' music together. We're so lucky and so thankful!"
"It's always great to come home to Nashville and play the Opry. It's a huge honor and to get to share the experience with my buddies Lee and Jerrod, after all we've been through together, made it that much more memorable," Houser added.
The country star still shudders at that awkward trip down memory lane and swears there's now only one person who can drag him onto a dance floor: his wife, Sara. The South Carolina native wrote his current single, "I Don't Dance," for his bride and originally meant for it only to be used as the first dance at their wedding. But he quickly realized he had a hit on his hands and not only released it to radio but also decided to title his upcoming album after the musical love letter, he reveals exclusively to Rolling Stone Country, along with its release date: September 9th. (See the I Don't Dance album cover art below.)