10 New Country Artists You Need to Know: August 2017 Lewis Brice Sounds Like: A well-read choir boy who grew up to love rock & roll, American beer and breaking the rules every now and then For Fans of: Chase Rice, the Cadillac Three, his brother Lee Brice Why You Should Pay Attention: Growing up in South Carolina, Lewis Brice came from a musical family: His mother sang in a vocal group with her sisters, both his parents sang in their church choir, and Brice followed suit, singing in a... Read The Rest →
Article link: Sounds Like Nashville Country newcomer Lewis Brice knows the question is coming pretty much as the interview starts. “So, you’re last name is Brice. Are you any relation to Lee?” “You could say I have met him once or twice,” the singer-songwriter says with a grin. “He’s my big brother. He’s been working his butt off for a long time. Now, I’m ready to get in there and join him and play music.” The singer’s debut EP has just hit the marketplace, following the introductory single “Best Ex Ever,”... Read The Rest →
Shane Williams and Warren Bazemore of longstanding duo Finnegan Bell are masters of the two-part harmony. “It’s more like two singers singing together instead of one in the background,” says Williams. “That’s always appealed to us.” And the duo has had a long time to develop the perfect vocal blend, since Williams and Bazemore have been playing music together since 1994. They were in Appalachian folk rock group Silers Bald right out of college, which made it all the way to a record deal. During the heyday, they were touring... Read The Rest →
Stone Sour/Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor didn’t mince any words explaining why Korn were deserving of the Vanguard award at last night’s Alternative Press Music Awards show. Read more: Take a look at the rest of our 2017 APMAs coverage In their first AP cover story (AP 110, September 1997), frontman Jonathan Davis casually admitted, “Everything about this band is heavy.” Davis never assumed any kind of tough-guy stance. While his band—guitarists James “Munky” Shaffer, Brian “Head” Welch, Reggie “Fieldy” Arvizu and drummer Ray Luzier—flexed some serious sonic muscle, Davis sang, barked,... Read The Rest →
Lee Brice’s brother Lewis Brice will debut his first nationally-distributed EP on July 14. The EP’s six original songs are all co-written and co-produced by Lewis alongside Brian Bunn, Dan Frizell, and Ben Simonetti with executive producer Lee Brice at the project’s helm. Released on Pump House Music through a venture with Straight 8 Entertainment and Kobalt Music Recordings, the project is now available for pre-order. A seven-week promotional campaign will push to social media and streaming featuring weekly behind the music-style interviews with Lewis as well as intimate, stripped-down acoustic versions of each... Read The Rest →
Yes, Lewis Brice is Lee Brice‘s brother (or vice versa). No, that’s not how he got his record deal. That ought to be obvious, but we wanted to bring it up tactfully when ToC spoke to the younger Brice recently in Nashville as he was making the rounds to support Lewis Brice, his debut EP. Brice smiled at the often-asked question before sharing a story about his first day in Nashville, when he drove up his older brother’s driveway with all of his gear in a trailer he was pulling.... Read The Rest →
Finnegan Bell recently spent the afternoon in the studio of Lightning 100, Nashville’s largest independent radio station. Check out their performance of the single ‘I Was Gone’ below and stream it now on Spotify and Apple Music!
ALBUM PRODUCED BY JIM SCOTT (WILCO, TEDESCHI TRUCKS BAND) INCLUDES ‘SWEET 16’ VERSION OF HUGE HIT SONG “ABSOLUTELY (STORY OF A GIRL)” LOS ANGELES, Calif. (May 11, 2016) – Some say, if you’re out of sight, you’re out of mind. Maybe that adage is true if you haven’t already left an indelible mark on the culture. Matter of fact, several big names stepped away from the music scene, only to return for a successful “second act”. Sleater-Kinney did it. Blink 182 and Fall Out Boy took breaks and returned with solid... Read The Rest →