Current Single, “A Woman Like You” #2 on Billboard
Lee Brice Receives ACM Award for “Song of the Year”
April 3rd, 2012 - With his current single, “A Woman Like You” sitting just under the chart’s top perch at #2 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, Lee Brice is still three weeks away from his much-anticipated second Curb Records album release Hard 2 Love, scheduled to hit retail on April 24. Curb Records is building additional energy around the new album by releasing multiple singles in the weeks to come exclusively on the iTunes store.
Country Singer Brings His Southern Charm to New York City
For Television Network Hosting Debut on the “Today” Show
March 15th, 2012 – On Tuesday, March 20, the “Today” show gets a little more country as hit singer/songwriter Lee Brice joins Hoda Kotb to co-host the fourth hour of the top-rated national morning show. Brice will fill in for Kathie Lee Gifford who is taking the week off.
“LET IT START WITH ME” CAMPAIGN MESSAGE TO BE BUILT AROUND #98 CAR & DRIVER MICHAEL McDOWELL
March 13th, 2012 – In a unique partnership Curb Records, one of the world’s leading independent music companies, and Christian radio leader K-LOVE are joining forces to bring an inspirational message to the fast track world of NASCAR in 2012.
New Single, “A Woman Like You,” Hitting High Notes
45,000 Digital Downloads Weekly
March 6th, 2012 – Lee Brice is poised on the industry high wire with his long-awaited second Curb Records album Hard 2 Love hitting retail on April 24. After much success as a hit songwriter for a litany of country music’s most virile chart toppers from Garth Brooks and Kenny Chesney to Jason Aldean and Tim McGraw, Brice is now focusing his creative talents on propelling his own emergence as a superstar.
February 28, 2012 – “Tidy” is not a word often associated with the against-the-grain work of Hank III, but it’s a fitting way to describe the way “Long Gone Daddy” packages up a full-bodied sampling of his career, style and influences. Due April 17 on Curb Records, this 10-song collection could have been titled “Long Gone Granddaddy” for the shuffling country blues flavor of not just the Hank Williams covers but of much of the batch.