with special guest Lewis Brice
After selling out Vina Robles Amphitheatre last year, Lee Brice returns to the venue on Saturday, October 7.
On the heels of his self-titled, fourth album due out November 3 (CMA Week), Brice’s first single, “Boy” has already become a viral hit, reaching more than five million views in its first week. Written by Nicolle Galyon and Jon Nite, the song embodies central themes of Brice’s upcoming album, including family, love, tradition, and the American ideals of quality and hard work.
“Lee’s voice wraps around this song as nobody else’s could. His delivery will surely earn him a spot in the Male Vocalist category,” says Nite.
Within the first 24-hours of release, “Boy” was #3 on the US iTunes Top Country Songs chart, #1 in Australia and Top 20 in Canada. The track’s total first-week sales tallied more than 24,000, making it #5 on SoundScan’s Top Country Digital Singles chart and #32 across all genres.
For Brice — a family man, proud husband, father of two sons and a brand new baby daughter— “Boy” serves as a tribute to his young boys, Takoda (9 years old) and Ryker (3), both of whom appear in the song’s evocative, emotional video. In the clip, the Brice family spends a day together on the family farm, sharing the simple joys of picnicking and fishing. The song and its accompanying video deliver another poignant performance from a world-class male vocalist whose string of multi-platinum hits — including “I Don’t Dance,” “Hard To Love,” and “Working Class” — have always shone a light on the everyday heroes in our midst. Brice’s fans won’t have to look very hard to see glimpses of their families in “Boy.”
Brice, who co-produced his upcoming album with Jon Stone, Kyle Jacobs, and Dan Frizsell, continues to tour through the fall. The self-titled Lee Brice — the fourth album from the award-winning songwriter, producer, headlining touring act, and acclaimed male vocalist — will be released November 3rd on Curb Records.