Country artist Lee Brice performs his new song “Boy” backstage, live at the Grand Ole Opry lounge.
With writing credits for Garth Brooks’ 2007 No. 1 hit “More Than a Memory,” Jason Aldean’s “Not Every Man Lives,” Tim McGraw’s “Still,” among many other hit songs, country artist Lee Brice established himself as a songwriter early on before diving into the solo scene.
Brice’s debut solo album, Love Like Crazy, was praised for the Southerner’s ability to blend singing with his obvious talent for songwriting. But it wasn’t until his second album, Hard 2 Love, that Brice would go on to get his first No. 1 single: “A Woman Like You” hit No. 1 on the Hot Country Charts and landed Brice his first ACM nomination.
Brice’s third album, I Don’t Dance, produced three singles: “Drinking Class,” “That Don’t Sound Like You,” and “I Don’t Dance,” a Billboard Country Airplay chart topper.
Now Brice is on the verge of releasing his self-titled fourth and is giving fans a sneak peek with the lead single, “Boy.” With its nostalgic look at a young man’s coming of age, the song marks an emotional turn in the singer’s music
Watch the video of “Boy” as Brice performs it live at the Grand Ole Opry lounge.