Lee Brice and Tyler Farr were all set to kick off their Life Off My Years Tour on Feb. 4, but due to vocal surgery and enforced vocal rest, Farr had to step off the bill. In his place, Maddie & Tae, Clare Dunn and Jerrod Niemann will be added to select dates.
If there's one thing that Lee Brice won't tolerate, it's lies. After a fan falsely accused the 'I Don't Dance' hitmaker of drinking too much before taking the stage at a recent show, he responded angrily, later speaking out about how slanderous accusations such as that …
Lee Brice's 'I Don't Dance' album hits on Sept. 9, and the singer is amping up excitement with a brand new single. Brice stopped by 'The Late Show With David Letterman' to debut 'Drinking Class' on Tuesday (Sept. 2).
Lee Brice started college like many 18 year olds and thought his life would go in one direction. He enrolled at Clemson University to become a civil engineer but a couple of years later, after a trip to Nashville, the singer's life changed forever.