Find out where Rolling Stone’s Artist to watch Lewis Brice will be during CMA Festival

CMA Festival in Nashville is one of hottest parties of the year and with all the best artists in town it is hard to catch everyone. Some of highlights though are catching some new names, some up and coming artists and one of those that we recommend is Lewis Brice.

Lewis will be appearing at CMA Festival on the following dates and venues.

Tuesday, June 5
5:00pm | Lewispalooza 8

Wednesday, June 6
10:30pm | CMT Awards Afterparty at Big Shotz on 2nd Ave.

Sunday, June 10
4:15pm | CMA Acoustic Stage at Visitors Center (Bridgestone Arena)

About Lewis Brice

Born and raised in Sumter, South Carolina, Lewis Brice 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, Hank Jr. and many more. Brice was recently named a “New Country Artist to Watch” by Rolling Stone. Lewis made headlines with 2010’s “Ordinary Girl,” co-written with Dallas Rogers, which made a small window on the Mediabase charts and reached No. 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 role in the 2014 ACM Song of the Year music video for I Drive Your Truck,” performed by his brother, Lee Brice. In July of 2017, Lewis released his self-titled EP.

Lewis is currently performing all over the U.S., and plans on releasing new music this summer.

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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