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article imageReview: Lee Brice delivers on new country love ballad 'I Don't Dance' Special

By Markos Papadatos     May 18, 2014 in Music
Country singer Lee Brice released his new single "I Don't Care" from his upcoming album via his record label, Curb Records.
Brice co-wrote the tune with such songwriters as Rob Hatch and Dallas Davidson. He also served as its producer.
The song sits at No. 24 on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts, for the week of May 24, after charting for 14 weeks.
He showcases his vulnerability on this tune, as he sits on a stool in an empty venue strumming his acoustic guitar and admitting that he thought that he would never settle down. The song commences with a neat thump that feels like a pulsating heart.
Thanks to his wife, he was inspired to dance and as the lyrics state, he spinned her "around and around in circles," and he added that he "would do anything with her anywhere," especially since she has him "in the palm of her hands."
"Love's never come my way, I've never been this far, cause you took these two left feet and waltzed away with my heart," Brice sings in the third verse.
His music video displays black and white images of his wife, Sara, trying on her wedding gown on their wedding day and it subsequently features images of the couple during their wedding ceremony and afterwards at their reception where they are both dancing. The fact that this tune is so personal to Brice makes it even more intriguing to his listeners.
The New York country radio station, Nash FM 94.7, has already embraced it and it ought to go climbing up the charts a lot higher.
The Verdict
Overall, "I Don't Dance" is one of the best male country wedding songs that I have heard since Chuck Wicks' "Stealing Cinderella." Vocally, Brice is at his best and I think it is one of his most powerful songs since the poignant and melancholic ballad "I Drive Your Truck." I'm sure this will become a staple at weddings, especially for fans of country music. It garners an A rating.
For more information on country star Lee Brice and his new song "I Don't Dance," visit his official website.
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