Friday, January 5, 2018


Lewis Brice lit the fuse in July of 2017 with the release of his self-titled EP which debuted in the Top 15 on the iTunes Country charts, and was prominently featured across digital platforms as a fan favorite. Brice was named as one of ‘10 New Country Artists You Need to Know’ by Rolling Stone Country and has seen major streaming success with over 2.2 million streams and placement on various playlists across digital platforms. Since the EP's release, Lewis has been burning up the road with Hank Williams Jr, LOCASH, Tyler Farr, The Cadillac Three, Lee Brice, Jerrod Niemann, Gary Allan and more in support of the project. Closing the 2017 year, Brice was honored to be asked to perform for the “Team USA Oylmpic Winterfest” in Nashville.

To date, "Best Ex Ever" has been featured on SiriusXM The Highway, CMT Music, & Spotify's 'Wild Country' playlist and is climbing the Top 40 on the MusicRow charts. "Messin With My Mind" has been featured on SiriusXM The Highway's ‘On The Horizon,’ Spotify's 'New Boots' & 'Wild Country' playlists and "Outta My Head" on SiriusXM's ‘YouTube Country Spotlight.'

Lewis Brice was featured in Spotify’s US Top 40 All-Genre New Releases and Top 3 Country New Releases with both holding the highest-placed independent country record, and landed on iTunes/Apple Music’s Top 5 US Country New Releases and No. 1 Center Flowcase-featured Country New Releases in multiple foreign territories, achieving a Top 15 iTunes US Country chart debut release across the world.

Spotify indicators report the debut EP has racked up streams by more than 460,600 and people in 61 countries listened to 4,390,097 minutes of Lewis's music in 2017

Tastemakers across the board have high praises and acclaim for the breakout artist:

"Lewis Brice is a high-octane mix of country and southern rock. Lewis holds little back vocally, throwing every ounce of energy into each verse and chorus." - Billy Dukes, Taste of Country

"Say hello to the other Brice brother and his southern rock sound..." - Apple Music

"Sounds like a well-read choir boy who grew up to love rock & roll, American beer and breaking the rules every now and then..." - Jon Gugala, Rolling Stone

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