LEWIS BRICE NAMED ONE OF ‘TEN NEW COUNTRY ARTISTS YOU NEED TO KNOW’ BY ROLLING STONE COUNTRY

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 22, 2017) — Following his debut eponymous release in July, Lewis Brice has been named as one of the ‘10 New Country Artists You Need to Know’ by Rolling Stone Country. The breakout vocalist has also seen major streaming success with over one million streams on Spotify and is featured on various playlists across digital platforms. Brice’s song “Outta My Head” has been spotlighted on SiriusXM The Highway’s #OnTheHorizon for the past two weeks as their YouTube Spotlight racking up positive feedback from the radio giant’s North American listener base. Lewis Brice can be found at listeners’ digital retailer of choice and at lewisbrice.com.

From RollingStone.com: “By the time Brice moved to Nashville in 2006, his older brother, Lee, was already a country hit maker. ‘I’ll help you out any way I can, but you’re going to make your own name in this town,’ Brice remembers his brother telling him the day he arrived.”

Making his own name is exactly what the younger Brice continues to do. Shazam indicators doubled with the release of “Best Ex Ever”; Spotify which featured the EP on the “New Boots” and “Wild Country” playlists reports the EP has racked up 1.2 million on-demand streams. Lewis Brice debuted in the Top 15 on the iTunes Country charts, and was prominently featured across digital platforms as a fan favorite release across the world.

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About Lewis Brice
With a sound rooted at the intersection of country, rhythm & blues and southern rock, Lewis Brice comes at you with high-energy stories, sounds that catch the ear and beats that make you want to move. Born and raised in Sumter, South Carolina, he grew up singing in church choir and praise bands. Throughout his career he has spread his music in front of attentive audiences and continuously grown a strong fan base while playing shows with many talented artists he admires such as Lee Brice, Randy Houser, Jerrod Niemann, The Cadillac Three, Dierks Bentley and many more.

Lewis made headlines with 2010’s “Ordinary Girl,” co-written with Dallas Rogers, which made a small window on the Mediabase charts and reached #67 on the iTunes Country Music chart. He appeared in CMT’s first season of “Can You Duet,” coming in 8th place out of the thousands who auditioned. Additionally, Lewis took on the lead acting role in the 2014 ACM Song of the Year music video for “I Drive Your Truck,” performed by his brother Lee Brice.

For more information, please visit lewisbrice.com. To keep up with Lewis on social media, follow him at @LewisBrice on Twitter & Instagram and on Facebook.

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