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  • 05/30/2017

    “Magical” Music Video Sets Tone for June 19 Radio Add Date, Nov. 3 Album

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    May 30th, 2017 — Released digitally May 19th, Lee Brice's "Boy" — the first single from the headliner's self-titled fourth album, out November 3 (CMA Week) — has already become a viral hit, reaching more than five million views in its first week. Written by Nicolle Galyon and Jon Nite, the song embodies the central themes of Brice's upcoming album, including family, love, tradition, and the American ideals of quality and hard work.

  • 05/19/2017

    Lee Brice To Release Fourth Studio Album November 3
    Music Video for Debut Single “Boy” Premieres Today:

    May 19th, 2017 - With his new single, “Boy” (written by Nicolle Galyon and Jon Nite) — available digitally today ( ) and impacting radio on June 19 — Lee Brice gears up for the release of his fourth career album, a self-titled effort he co-produced with Jon Stone, Kyle Jacobs and Dan Friszell. The project is due out November 3 on Curb Records.

  • 05/11/2017

    The world premiere of the “Stop Me” is now live.

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  • 05/04/2017

    Tour Commences June 24th in Switzerland

    May 2, 2017 - Curb Records’ recording duo, American Young is kicking off summer with an eleven-date European tour. Although this is the duo’s fifth time overseas and second European tour in 2017, this will be the first time they are headlining the entire leg of the tour, making stops in Switzerland, United Kingdom, Netherlands, and Norway. In promotion of their recently released debut album, AY, the tour will commence on June 24 in Switzerland.

  • 05/04/2017

    Makes Memorable Stagecoach Festival Debut Before Wrapping Spring Leg Of MY TOWN TOUR
    “My Girl” Slides Into The Top 15 At Country Radio

    May 3, 2017 - Curb Records’ hot breakout artist DYLAN SCOTT served up a powerful rendition of the national anthem at Dodger Stadium Monday night (5/1). Prior to the Los Angeles Dodgers taking on their rival the San Francisco Giants, he returned to the field to fire up the crowd by shouting beloved hometown sportscaster Vin Scully’s legendary pregame phrase, “Let’s get ready for Dodger baseball!”

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