Lee Brice Honors Women Of Country With Maddie & Tae, Victoria Shaw, Liz Rose

Last month Lee Brice…“one of the finest singer-songwriters country music has to offer,” says USA Today…launched a three-show series in partnership music venue Analog at Hutton Hotel and SESAC. Each of the three uniquely themed shows were created to celebrate songs and songwriters, and benefit three separate charities.

The first show on July 16th was sold out. Emceed by Chuck Wicks, the evening featured Jake Owen, Rob Hatch, Dallas Davidson and Tyler Farr. The evening honored our military and first-responders and raised more than $3,500 for Folds of Honor.

On Monday, August 27th, Lee pays tribute to the women of country music with special guests including breakout hitmakers Maddie & Tae and the legendary Victoria Shaw and Liz Rose.

Funds raised from ticket sales will benefit Thistle Farms whose mission is to heal, empower and employ women survivors of trafficking, prostitution and addiction.

Tickets are $20 for VIP seating and $15 for General Admission.  Ticket packages covering all three shows are $55 for VIP and $40 for General Admission. (Space is limited. Open to the public. All ages performance.)

On Monday, October 1st, Lee will respectfully focus on Route 91 Festival’s one-year anniversary.  That event’s lineup will be announced in coming weeks and tickets are available here.

Lee’s new single “Rumor” is out now and follows “Boy,” the debut song from his fourth studio album, “Lee Brice“.

For a complete list of tour dates and all the latest information on Lee Brice, visit his website and follow him on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.


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