Lee Brice let his two sons Ryker and Takoda be the first to find out if the country singer and his wife were having a boy or a girl. They may have been more interested in the cupcake than the baby, however.
Lee Brice was on hand to pay tribute to U.S. Air Force Maj. Troy Lee Gilbert on Dec. 19 at Arlington National Cemetery. The singer performed Vince Gill's “Go Rest High on That Mountain” during a private chapel service held in the Old Post Chapel on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall in honor of the late soldier.
The very first song I remember Caden loving was "I Drive Your Truck," by Lee Brice. He would sing it in the car and with his mom and they would dance in the house together when it would come on, so you can only imagine what this moment meant to us.
I made a list and checked it twice the evening before the big day. I couldn't forget any of the essentials: phone charger, a brush, an extra pair of clothes, a sharpie, my inhaler for the moment that Charles Kelley inevitably steals my breath away...ya know, essentials.
I am so excited just one sleep away from WGNA's Countryfest 2016. The build up over this last week has been so much fun and Bethany and I got to talk to every one of the performers on the show this week. If you missed them I know we are planning on replaying most of them tomorrow morning during our Saturday morning 6 am - 10 am shift. Just to get you even more excited and revved up about the show
This morning Countryfest 2016 headliner Lee Brice called in to The Sean and Bethany Show! We were so excited to get the scoop on this Saturday's show! But we also had a little game for him!
I devised a game of 'The Brice is Right' using a play on words with his name...