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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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What is now Lee Brice's first long-play record once went by the moniker "Picture of Me," and he still refers to it as the "spiritual title." Along with a song by that name, there are slices of life aplenty about growing up smack dab in the center of South Carolina. For those that didn't have the privilege, it sounds like a whole lot of fun. The showpiece is the title track, which lays out the guidelines to make relationships last and life worthwhile - it's a »»»
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