Jerrod Niemman, Lee Brice and Randy Houser were songwriting buddies long before any of them scored a hit on the radio, so it’s very fitting for them to come together for a CMA Songwriters Series show in Austin, TX next month. The show is set for Wednesday, September 11 at Antone’s. Legendary songwriter Bob DiPiero is also on the bill.
Says Jerrod, “Randy, Lee and I cut our teeth in this industry together and Bob is one of our heroes, so we’re all excited to come together for this night to celebrate the music.”
The ‘Hard to Love’ singer has partnered with the House of Blues for a 15-city trek, dubbed the Otherside Tour. The open road is calling Lee Brice, and this time, it’ll be his tour.
The fall run launches in Boston on Oct. 10 and runs through Nov. 30 in Orlando. Initial dates and select venues have been announced. Brice will be joined by Tyler Farr and Chris Lane in certain markets, since he has a passion for supporting new artists and giving them a chance to be heard in the live setting.
Lee Brice — whose songs are the ‘perfect balance between rowdy celebrations and thoughtful takes on every stage of love,’ according to USA Today — is partnering with the House of Blues for the 15-city headlining ‘The Otherside Tour’ starting Oct.10 in Boston.
The 6′ 3″ former Clemson lineman, who The New York Times calls a ‘sensitive macho man,’ structured this tour to reflect his appreciation of his fans. He’ll invite radio winners to join him as background singers on ‘Parking Lot Party,’ and in select cities Brice will treat a local talent contest winner to a one-on-one mentoring session and give them the marquee as that night’s show opener.
Keeping with his passion of supporting new artists, Brice welcomes Tyler Farr and up-and-comer Chris Lane to join him in select markets.