Lee Brice is hitting the road this summer, as he joins Luke Bryan for his That’s My Kind of Night Tour with Cole Swindell. You can experience the country-rock singer/songwriter live in person with Lee Brice tickets from Ticket Liquidator.

About Lee Brice

Lee Brice has found his place in the world of country music, as he transformed from a football player out of South Carolina into a singer and songwriter with Curb Records. It took Lee Brice a few years to get on track, but once “Love Like Crazy” hit the charts, it was only uphill from there.

Lee Brice initially appeared in the country music scene after moving to Nashville on a publishing contract with Curb Records. Brice co-wrote a number of songs which were recorded by artists including Jason Aldean, Cowboy Crush, and Keith Gattis. Anxious to record his own material, Brice made his first attempt in 2007 with Picture of Me, but without any positive reception of its singles “She Ain’t Right” or “Happy Endings”, the album didn’t make it much further. It wasn’t until Garth Brooks recorded his song, “More Than a Memory”, which debuted at No 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, that Brice caught his big break. Curb Records released Brice’s debut album, Love Like Crazy, in 2010, and its title song became Billboard’s most played country song of 2010, holding the record for longest charting song on the Hot Country Songs chart. Lee Brice encountered continued upward success, releasing another hit single in 2011, “A Woman Like You”, which charted at No 1. In addition, Lee Brice co-wrote “Crazy Girl” for Eli Young Band, which became Billboard’s No 1 country song for 2011. Lee Brice released his following album, Hard 2 Love, in 2012. Some of its hit tracks include “A Woman Like You”, “Parking Lot Party”, “I Drive Your Truck”, and its title track, “Hard To Love”. The album itself reached No 2 on the U.S. Country charts.

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