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article imageReview: Lee Brice rocks Madison Square Garden, New York Special

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 13, 2014 in Music
New York - Country star Lee Brice played a set at Madison Square Garden in New York, opening for country mega-star Luke Bryan on his "That's My Kind of Night" tour.
Brice shared the stage with fellow country singer Cole Swindell. He was introduced by Kelly Ford and Jesse Addy, respected radio personalities from New York's country radio station, Nash FM 94.7.
"Aren't we lucky we have Luke Bryan for two sold-out shows in the World's Most Famous Arena," Ford said. Addy foreshadowed that Brice's latest album I Don't Dance, which was released on September 9 on Curb Records, will probably be the No.1 album in the country next week, and his prediction may be spot-on.
He commenced his set with the tailgate anthem "Parking Lot Party," which paid homage to Marshall Tucker Band and their classic rock hit "Can't You See."
Other noteworthy songs in his set included his first No. 1 single "A Woman Like You," his subsequent chart-topper "Hard to Love" and "Love Like Crazy."
Brice's emotional power-ballad "I Drive Your Truck" was the highlight vocal of his set due to its melancholic nature. He sure knows how to tug those heartstrings.
He also sang his lead single "I Don't Dance" from his latest studio album that was just released this week, which was an added bonus. He was presented with a plaque from Hoda Kotb, the co-host of NBC's Today Show, for his platinum certification of "I Don't Dance," as she was joined by representatives from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Other tunes from his new studio effort that he performed at the Garden included "Good Man" and "Drinking Class."
For more information on Lee Brice and his new music, visit his official website.
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