April 14, 2014, NASH Magazine – Lee Brice: Standing Tall

Lee Brice is every bit the manly country rocker you see onstage, but he’s also demonstrated his sensitive side in songs like “I Drive Your Truck.” His latest single, “I Don’t Dance,” written for his wife, further showcases Lee’s tender way with a song.

“That’s an art I’ve been learning for years now, being tough and strong all at the same time,” Lee says. Lee also shares that a new album is in the works and that most of it has been recorded.

Also, in this week’s NASH Q&A, Brett Eldredge fills you in on what he looks for in a woman, his show-day routine and his pet peeve.

Plus, Darius Rucker takes you on a recreational trip to some of his favorite golf courses and reveals the secret to his game.

Check out the special 16-page NASH Magazine bonus insert inside the April 14 issue of Country Weekly.

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