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Brice deals with beer

Friday, April 20, 2012 – Lee Brice has an endorsement deal with Anheuser-Busch beer.

Brice, whose number one single, A Woman Like You, was recently certified Gold, releases "Hard 2 Love," on Tuesday.

"Looks like all the years I spent supporting Bud Light are paying off," Brice joked. "I'm honored that they recognized my efforts. We will make quite a team."

Brice joins a multitude of country stars that have been endorsed by the Anheuser- Busch subsidiary including Tim McGraw, George Strait and Dierks Bentley.

Brice also will tour to support his new album. Tour dates are:

April 20 - Fayetteville, AR - SLR Yard

April 21 - Star City, AR - StarDaze Festival

April 23 - New York, NY - Joe's Pub

April 26 - Louisville, KY - 4th Street Live

April 27 - Savannah, GA - Desperado's

April 28 - Charlotte, NC - Coyote Joe's

April 29 - Biloxi, MS - Mississippi Coast Coliseum

May 4 - Murray, KY - CFSB Center

May 10 - Ruston, LA - Rabb's Steak and Spirits

May 11 - Jasper, TX - Jasper Lions Club Rodeo Ground

May 12 - Mission, TX - Las Palmas Race Park

May 18 - Topeka, KS - Landon Arena

May 19 - Batesville, MS - Springfest

May 23 - Ship Bottom, NJ - Joe Pop's Shore Bar

May 24 - Foxborough, MA - Toby Keith's I Love this Bar & Grill

May 25 - Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun - Wolf Den

May 26 - Roanoke, VA - Elmwood Park

June 1 - Bloomington, IN - Bluebird Nightclub

June 2 - Harlan, KY - Harlan Poke Sallat Festival

June 8 - Sparta, IL - World Shooting & Recreation Complex

June 9 - Lincoln, NE - Celebrate Lincoln Festival

June 16 - N. Lawrence, OH - Clay's Park Amphitheater

June 17 - Big Flats, NY - Tag's Summer Sound Stage

June 22 - Oshkosh, WI - Country USA

June 24 - Cardott, WI - Chippewa Valley - Country Fest

June 29 - Bluefield WV - Mitchell Stadium

June 30 - Huntington, WV - Harris Riverfront Park

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