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New Release from Lee Brice "Drinking Class" On Curb Records

Aug 20 | Posted by: Lee Brice

 

Lee Brice, the "evocative, rough-edged singer" (NY Times), celebrated his fourth #1 single at Country radio last week with “I Don’t Dance,” the title track to his anticipated Sept. 9th release on Curb Records.  Though the GRAMMY-nominated and CMA and ACM winning vocalist has celebrated several chart-toppers before, “I Don’t Dance” is unique because it's the first song he’s written, recorded and produced to claim a #1 spot at radio.

To follow “I Don’t Dance” — a track that’s already sold more than 800,000 digital downloads — Lee delivers “Drinking Class;” an anthem that’s been bringing stadium crowds to their feet this summer during his set on Luke Bryan’s “That’s My Kind of Night” tour.

“I'm always looking for songs that invite people in. This one is about the working class more than it is drinking,” says the celebrated vocalist, writer and producer.

Known for writing #1s that include "More Than A Memory" (recorded by Garth Brooks, 2007) and “Crazy Girl” (ACM’s 2011 Song of the Year recorded by Eli Young Band) Lee’s versatile vocal is also reflected in songs he hasn’t penned but taken to #1, including "A Woman Like You" (2011), "Hard To Love" (2012), and "I Drive Your Truck" (2012), which claimed both CMA and ACM 2014 Song of the Year honors.

The new album, ‘I Don’t Dance’ is available for pre-order at: http://bit.ly/lbdeluxe

 

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