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TT2014_LeeBrice_lrgGARDENDALE, Tx. (December 4, 2013) – Texas Thunder is back in 2014 and bigger than ever! The premier festival of West Texas is rolling back into Gardendale, Texas, May 16-17, 2014, and its bringing Texas country and Nashville star power with it.  The Band Perry, Lee Brice, Wade Bowen, Stoney LaRue, Randy Rogers Band, Cody Johnson and Whiskey Myers will all hit the Texas Thunder stage, with more acts to be announced in the coming months. Two-day general admission tickets are available for a limited time for the discounted price of $65. Grab your campsites while they last for just $110!  For more information or to purchase tickets and camping, please visit www.texasthunderfest.com or call (855) 362-0535.

lee-brice-032211aThe Country Music Association Song of the Year is often a tear-jerker, with the award for that song going to the writers, not to the artist who recorded it (though the artist often has a hand in the writing). Very seldom does a song about tractors or tailgates or taking a roll in the hay get this honor; the award normally goes to a song of more emotional substance, like “He Stopped Loving Her Today” or “Always on My Mind.” But this year’s CMA Song of the Year, “I Drive Your Truck,” was more than just another tear-jerker. It had a story of selfless patriotism behind it that helped make it a shoo-in for the award.

Fresh off a win at the 2013 Country Music Awards (CMAs), South Carolina native Lee Brice brings that award-winning sound to North Myrtle Beach this weekend. He'll stop in at the House of Blues as part of his Otherside Tour Friday night (Nov. 29) and you can best believe that, along with hits like, Parking Lot Party," "A Woman Like You" and "Hard To Love," he'll thrill the audience with the sentimental "I Drive Your Truck."

 

"I Drive Your Truck" won the 2013 CMA for Song of the Year back at the beginning of November. Although the award went to the songwriters Jessi Alexander, Connie Harrington and Jimmy Yeary, it was Lee Brice's vocals that drove the hit. The song peaked at No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart and No. 6 on the Hot Country Songs chart. And no wonder: The song hits home for quite a few people, the narrator telling the story of man missing his brother, a soldier who died serving in the military, and feeling a connection still with the deceased loved one when he drives his old truck.

Tuesday, 19 November 2013 19:29

The Tonight Show With Jay Leno

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