BREAKING: Lee Brice and Wife Welcome Baby Girl

Lee Brice and his wife Sara are the proud parents of a new baby girl. Trulee Nanette Brice – the couple’s first daughter — was born on Friday morning (6/2), weighing 7 lbs, 13 oz. and measuring 20 inches long. Brice announced the happy news on Instagram Monday (6/5), saying, “We are so blessed and beyond overjoyed to bring our precious baby girl into the world. She’s beautiful, happy and healthy, we could not ask for anything more.”


·         The announcement was accompanied by a picture of Lee and Sara with their new bundle of joy.

·         Trulee Nanette joins older brothers Takoda, 8, and Ryker, 3.

Lee Brice Finds His Missing Dogs

 Lee Brice took to social media on Tuesday (5/30), asking for help in finding his two dogs, Jax and Knox, who went missing from his farm in Franklin, Tennessee, near Nashville. Brice shared pictures of the two pooches on his socials as well as an email address where fans could contact him with leads on their whereabouts. Brice later returned to Instagram to let everyone know that he was reunited with his dogs and also thanked everyone who helped him find them.

Lee Brice Releases Single and Announces Album

Lee Brice has announced the release of his fourth studio album, a self-titled project that will drop on November 3. The announcement comes as Brice prepares to hit radio with the album’s lead single, “Boy,” a song which Lee says is a tribute to his two sons, Takoda and Ryker. Brice says, “It’s my way of saying how proud I am to be their dad. The second reason is because, coincidentally, we have a daughter on the way in a couple of weeks and we wanted to share this song for our boys before she arrived.”


  • Lee’s new single, “Boy,” was released digitally on Friday (5/19) and will impact radio on June 19.
  • The video for “Boy” was also released on Friday and can be seen here.
  • Brice is the second country star to announce the release a non-debut self-titled album this year. The other being Brett Eldredge.

Justin Moore Cancels Shows Due To Vocal Problems

Justin Moore had to cancel a couple of shows last week due to vocal issues. Moore posted a message on Instagram last week that said he had to postpone his Thursday night (3/2) show in Omaha due to an unspecified illness. He then posted a second message on Friday (3/3), revealing that the show was canceled because he was suffering from vocal cord problems. In the second message, Justin apologized to his fans and also said that this was the first time in his ten years of touring that he’s had to cancel a show due to illness.


·       Moore’s post was accompanied by pictures of his vocal cords along with the message, “Be forewarned, they’re gross! Needless to say, this is not what they are supposed to look like!”

·       Justin also postponed his show in St. Louis on Friday night as part of the “American Made Tour” with Lee Brice.


Lee Brice And Wife Are Expecting Baby #3

Lee Brice and his wife Sara are expecting their third child, the couple have confirmed to People. The family’s newest addition is due this summer and will join older brothers Takoda, 8 and Ryker, 3. Brice says, “Our whole family is thrilled to welcome our third child. Takoda and Ryker are so excited and Sara is more beautiful than ever. We can’t wait for our new little one to get here this summer.”

Lee Brice Performs At Fallen Soldier’s Funeral Service

Lee Brice paid tribute to U.S. Air Force Major Troy Lee Gilbert on Monday (12/19) during Gilbert’s full military honors funeral service at Arlington National Cemetery near Washington DC. During a private chapel service held at the nearby Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Brice delivered a moving rendition of “Go Rest High On That Mountain” in honor of the fallen soldier. Gilbert was laid to rest 10 years after his F-16 fighter jet crashed while he protected U.S. ground troops in Iraq.


·       Among the family members in attendance at the service was Troy’s wife, Ginger Gilbert Ravella, whom Brice met at a Folds of Honor event in 2015.

Lee says, “I’m grateful for Troy’s sacrifice and I admire Ginger and her family for their sacrifice, also. I can’t imagine what they went through and I’m honored to have been a part of this special moment with this incredibly strong family.”


November 19th: On This Day

On this day in 2011, Eli Young Band’s “Crazy Girl” reached #1 on the Billboard Country Singles chart, their first #1 of their career. The song was co-written by Lee Brice, and was the fifth single of EYB’s career, and the first from their album Life at Best.

The song would win Song of the Year at the 2012 ACM Awards, as well as be Certified Double-Platinum by the RIAA.

American Made Tour: Justin Moore & Lee Brice

The American Made Tour: Justin Moore & Lee Brice is heading to Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines! Check out the American Made Tour on Thursday, March 16th, starting at 7:00 pm. Ticket Prices are  $59.75 / 52.75 / 39.75 / 22.75* *(Prices include a facility fee and applicable convenience fees will apply). For more information, check out www.iowaeventscenter.com!
Tickets are available at the Wells Fargo Arena Box Office, charge by phone at 844-55-HYVEE, and online at www.Hy-VeeTix.com and any participating Hy-Vee Foods location.

May 20th: On This Day

On this day in 2014, CBS aired “ACM Presents: An All-Star Salute To The Troops” with George Strait, Carrie Underwood, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Toby Keith, Lee Brice, Dierks Bentley and Merle Haggard.  The ACM would later announce that a $650,000 contribution to ACM Lifting Lives, was made on behalf of the artists who participated in the taping.

Lee Brice

Lee Brice is heading to Burlington, IA on Saturday, May 7th! Brice will be playing live at the Memorial Auditorium at 8:00 pm, with tickets going for just $38.00! For more information or tickets, go to ticketmaster.com


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