Old buddies Lee Brice and Jerrod Niemann were both in Las Vegas for the ACMs over the weekend, and since Brice's wedding is coming right up, they thought it would be a good time for a big bachelor party. But far from a rip-roaring wild time, they ended up enjoying a fairly tame evening -- at least by the standards of their younger days.
We can't think of a better way to beat the summer heat than with some live country music, doled out by Brad Paisley. The singer, who is gearing up for the April 9 release of 'Wheelhouse,' has announced the first leg of his Beat This Summer Tour.
Lee Brice will marry to his longtime girlfriend Sara Reeveley in April, and when they go away for their honeymoon, the 'Hard to Love' singer says he wants a trip that will be a big surprise for his soon-to-be-wife.
Lee Brice's streak of success is not showing any signs of slowing, and he is now celebrating a little more. His latest single and the title track to his current album, 'Hard to Love,' has been certified gold for digital downloads exceeding 500,000 copies sold.
The Grizzly Rose has a bunch of great concerts on their schedule this spring, including: the JaneDear girls, LoCash Cowboys, Jerrod Niemann, Lee Brice, James Wesley, and Josh Gracin. Check out the complete line-up:
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