Full Name: Kenneth Mobley “Lee” Brice
Born: June 10th, 1979
Hometown: Sumter, South Carolina
Bio: Lee Brice grew up in South Carolina where he practiced playing piano and guitar. He also sang in church and wrote his own songs. Brice then enrolled to Clemson University where he played football. He had an arm injury that ended his college football career, at which time he decided to put all of his focus into Country Music.
In 2007, he wrote and cowrote several big hits for artists like Jason Aldean and Garth Brooks “More Than A Memory.” In the same year, he signed to Curb Records and released three singles “She Ain’t Right, Happy Endings, and Upper Middle Class White Trash.” He continued to cowrite as these singles topped at 29, 32, and 44 on the Country Charts. In 2010 he released his first major album followed by two more currently including:
- Love Like Crazy – 2010
- Hard 2 Love – 2012
- I Don’t Dance – 2014