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Lee Brice Doesn’t Want Life On The Road To Become the Norm for His Son Takoda

Lee Brice Doesn’t Want Life On The Road To Become the Norm for His Son Takoda

Lee Brice loves to bring his young son Takoda and his wife Sarah on the road with him every once in a while, but he doesn’t want road life to become a way of life for his son. “There’s been a couple of those when we had a short run or this or that, and it’s cool, especially for Sarah to see what life is like out there so she can kind of understand … like you know, she goes to bed and I’m just starting work sometimes. So she got to see that so she understands it so it’s easier to deal with.” But when it comes to Takoda, although he loves riding on daddy’s bus, Lee says, “I want some more stability and routine in his life. So if and when he comes out it’ll be more like a special thing, like ‘Hey, we’re gonna go on a little vacation.’ It won’t be like we’re going on the road with daddy. I don’t want it to be a normal thing to him, but it’s always fun.”  104.9 The Fox is looking forward to Lee coming to Jonesboro, later this month when he’ll headline the Downtown Jonesboro Barbecue Fest on September 28th with a FREE concert!  Wanna enter the BBQ contest click here.

 

 

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