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Lee Brice To Headline Jonesboro Festival
Lee Brice To Headline Jonesboro Festival

Walking  the  fine  line  between  traditional  honky-­‐tonk  country  sound  and   contemporary  rock  and  roll  the  four-­‐time  Academy  of  Country  Music  nominee   singer  and  songwriter  Lee  Brice  will  headline  the  2013  Downtown  Jonesboro  BBQ   Festival  on  September  28th.   The  South  Carolina  Native  whose  time  has  come  to  shine  will  drive  his  truck  right   into  our  hearts  along  with  many  other  musical  acts  at  the  Downtown  Jonesboro  BBQ   festival.  The  album’s  third  single,  “I  Drive  Your  Truck”,  released  in  December  of   2012  reached  number  one  on  the  Country  Airplay.  Brice  states,  “I  have  some  real   personal  stuff  on  my  new  album  that  is  very  pertinent  to  who  I  am  right  now  and   where  I  am  in  life.”   As  co-­‐writer  of  eight  tracks  featured  on  his  sophomore  album  Hard  2  Love,  released   in  April  2012  was  Brice’s  first  number  one  on  the  country  charts.  Two  songs   featured  on  the  Hard  2  Love  album  “Woman  Like  You”  and  “Hard  to  Love”  reached   platinum  according  to  the  Recording  Industry  of  America.    Lee  Brice  got  his  first  debut  as  a  songwriter  with  cuts  by  Jason  Aldean,  Keith  Gattis  and  Cowboy  Crush.  Co-­‐writing  Garth  Brook’s  2007  single  “More  Than  a  Memory”  became  the  first  single  in  the  history  of  the  Billboard  Hot  Country  Songs  chart  to airplay  its  way  to  top  number  one  spot.  More  details  about  the  event  will  be  forth  coming  in  future  months.

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