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CMAs Event Of The Year

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

CMAs Event Of The Year

"Is your Event of the year. E waited man. This'll is a Dolly Parton having Jason all these baby No, that would be the event would know being event. I think it's like musical collaborations. Okay? And that's what they're now calling the event of the year in the CMAs Housewives of Nashville, right. Exactly. This is it. It's Carly. Price. Carly Pearson Lee Brice will do it. But you hold it hurt such a country reading the reason I play that isn't that kind of sounds country to me That sense, eighties nineties countries pretty good. Sure. Yeah. So I played that just to kind of offset the Maren Morris for you. Thank you very much. Cleanse the palate. Figured that would work for you. Hey,

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2020 CMA Awards: Everything You Need to Know

Ron St. Pierre

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

2020 CMA Awards: Everything You Need to Know

"McIntyre, who's the 54th annual CMA awards for the fifth time, But this time, she shares the stage for the first time with Darius Rucker. As the pandemic continues, the CMAs move from its usual home at the Bridgestone Arena to the Music City Center building, the only members in the audience. The performers Lee Brice and Tyler Hubbard, are out because they tested positive for Koven 19. But the night's top nominees Miranda Lambert is in, as is Maren Morris. Luke comes Jason Aldean Brothers Osborne, Ashley McBride, him or the show open, with several artists paying tribute to the late Charlie Daniels. CMA's Marinate on ABC. Michelle Pelino facsimiles 6

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Country singer Lee Brice to miss CMA Awards due to COVID-19

WBZ Morning News

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

Country singer Lee Brice to miss CMA Awards due to COVID-19

"At this week's Country Music awards after he tested positive for the virus. He's reportedly not experiencing any symptoms but will be isolating at home. Bryce had been scheduled to perform with Carly Pierce on the nominated song. I Hope You're Happy. Now. The CMA's are airing this Wednesday. A sort of virtual shown. Meantime, at 5 20 effort is underway to clear

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"lee brice" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"lee brice" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of the best in the ACC ESPN news that music right there Lee Brice country music superstar and also play a little football at Clemson the long snapper back in the day he said to join is coming up in just a moment on the cell pencil performance I was we are also presented in part by progressive insurance and Bobby and you go back to your playing days in college what is it about the college guys like even when you go to the NFL you don't see guys they go back to I got you know Rexall cow boy game you know when you're playing with with Roman unless he's calling the game right you'll see guys go back to their college those college ties run a heck of a lot deeper than they do in in in in in professional sports in my opinion exactly I never see guys in a government official game you'll see a bunch of alarms down there on the sidelines right but you always see them going back to around the hotter because you had us obviously when you go back there is little histology like encapsulates a certain time frame of your life where you really had limited responsibility you did some things that maybe were probably should have done in your glove they never were brought to the light of day and so you've got that piece and it's funny I was talking to Ryan Clark about this is like a million swag as well as Ellis you guys tell us you guys know you listen and you can talk about your allegiances in the NFL teams you follow it seems you like it all is that these are people follow the usual bringing of college age people bloggers it does not matter use you they don't care what you're saying even if it is the hundred percent the truth they feel that is jade in your eyes because you want him tell us you're with a higher stayed with the band or Texas whatever it is that you can't be a fan of any school you can be a lot of like those things you have to just like absolved absolve yourself of all of that for college because it just the passions is there because you want to these places are full of your whole life and they may represent the entire state in some cases where you're from and when you played and then you become an analyst and you say one bad thing because that's what the tape shows than others on your turn code you're in and your trader or your life by us the don't believe like close let's what's everyone doing this on from the game I wish you a higher state consul have stayed rather it would be the sewerage both of these teams are really good you said it's a coin flip which really is to me it's really who plays but on the day of I've Washington like I think our state's better some leaders all your homework I think Clemson mean good probably the best skill group in all of college football that's those those things are facts they can usually exist but thank you can't say either one of those things that would be in like the best or worst person all across the country so it's it's gonna be a heck of a game I'm I'm excited about the match of but yeah college ties the end of the run as deep as anything it's it's a blood thicker than water there's a little bit more blood I think in college football no doubt about it I mean with it without question and it was let's get into that game but with Bobby carpenter I mean if it's in a jungle coming going on yet yes can radio ESPN news this I do believe this is a toss up game these two teams are so evenly matched a note Ohio state is played better competition but having seen Clemson and Ohio state in person twice I wish on killing Barry Jones will be on the call comes in Ohio state in the Fiesta Bowl your ESPN radio Clemson is so tired of hearing about the U. N. C. game and how they haven't played it you know I a a a team as above board that's and it's really really good but they everyone that they've played the last six seven weeks since at UNC game they have pumped beaten down trucked not just beat number but embarrassed of them and their families it hasn't been close man they they took on a fairly he's he was that bad I mean I was like I don't want to call your Virginia Cavaliers parents and say look I'm sorry that we're having I'm having what is made I'm sorry yeah Paula judge for you and your son because it was there was that nasty and they've taken on the personality comes and has of angry dabble in it it's just odd to watch double Sweeney get this animated and this angry week in week out and I think some of it now is kind of manufacture of course but his players are buying into it even Trevor Lawrence was a little angry when I talk to match the ACC championship game and that do doesn't have a mean bone in his body like the nicest guy in the world he and he had a bit of an attitude to I'm also so whatever dabble angry jabot has done it's working well and here's the thing these things can both be true as well once you could play to really really we schedule do their conferences so that in trial like a and M. did end up being very good this year they always play South Carolina two SEC schools that didn't end up being all that great they did almost lose in North Carolina North Carolina beat him up up front physically a little bit but they ultimately won that game so those things are all true and then they also have destroyed everybody else of the plate and they've acted accordingly this is saying like Hey they're one of the best three teams but there is a little bit of uncertainty I guess of knowing like this version of them how they respond against elite competition to begin with that's that's real question and then you also referred to the fact that Hey well you look at what they've done in the past year you know they just maybe bevel twice they've done a good job they want a couple national titles here in the last three years and so I've seen them do it how much that transitions how much of that was you know they're terrific deline last year where the through the guy's going to top eighteen pics of Willie five or more drafted overall like correct those guys are gone now is it a re load your verses the kind of replacing kind of build like those are all real things that some Venables you get your printables a ton of credit folks because he completely switched up his defense saying on the door from one year to the next how rare is that because it made offers more coach is not rare geyser system guys they can only do Hey I learned this from someone three four number whatever you can build a check the stuff that he does Sean Payton whatever it is I'm gonna grab were best that the guys that we have in this we're gonna do more of the reality was last year and a lot of great defensive lineman clubs where to go there with a hammer dues will blitz some but we don't really need to do it all that much we can mix or coverages up in the sky some things we can just let our guys go need up front and develop pressure that way this year they don't have maybe the volume of those guys there Charles it but they're young they're not as mature so Hey we're so we're gonna do will change up go three down linemen its mother athletic guys in the field we was is Simmons around all over because she's Mr all world would do different things and so that's what makes preventable special like the same way that makes Bilbo checker shopping or these other league coaches a John horrible like what they're doing to Baltimore I'm gonna take what I have to make a great dinner with that I'm not trying to make you'll find time it will run yeah yeah three tied into a roll out there you don't have to meet a man I mean is it and is that our delineates good coaching I get it from average coaching anybody can take great tell if you have a system that fits in just go always run it but I sit there watch coaches all the time you have guys that are really good X. Y. Z. but you just want to keep doing a BNC because you know what you've done AB and C. for ten years and it's worked for a long time it drives me absolutely crazy coaching at its heart is telling utilization what ever tell you have deployed in the best manner possible you're yelling at me I'm sorry just like produce revenue losses here's two guys in here the may not be very talented and very few things just try to shop for those guys through the four hours and will be good just yet still steer the boat to the ways very right and can get get us on home what what when it comes to this match up folks I'm I'm I can't emphasize this enough I say a Simmons for constant they will move him all over the field to cover slot receivers help place safety you'll put the Mike the world the Sam I even saw in line up as a defensive end against Syracuse he is a mismatch nightmare nays every bit of six four to twenty five how to run how rare is that for a but that this had been a hybrid you calling really or try bridge rubber at all three levels it's remarkable to watch this guy play how hard as you prepare for when you're watching from an office of standpoint incredibly difficult because you can do it all they moved around the place in the middle of the field DP also plays a lot of scrimmage and everywhere in between watching games like you try to figure out exactly what they're going to do is there a rise a little bit like what rex Ryan does when he was coaching like he ran a million things if you try to watch because of him your sword to glaze over pass out like foam at the mouth but once you start watching in game you figure out the package they're gonna roll with and then you had to identify it so big piece of that another big piece one guy quickly since you have mentioned him and is probably the number first defensive player taken overall she's young really really talented and so he's going to be the guy on the other side that will be tasked with chase around for rewards you look at these two rosters well the filthy talented on both sides of the ball with.

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"lee brice" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"lee brice" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The o'jays Lee Brice Yolanda Adams and the Sesame Street Muppets are among the performers for a capitol fourth that will be carried live on PBS stations from the US capitol Kobe Calais will debut her new country bands gone west bend made Jason Reeves and Calais say they're aware of the president Donald Trump will be holding his own independence day celebration at the other end of the national mall that's cool a different party that is choice then we get gotten at the plate this party our very best to be added I'm on she's our letter a man charged in a murder on the famed Appalachian Trail won't face trial anytime soon James Jordan has been found mentally incompetent to stand trial the thirty year old Massachusetts man allegedly attacked two hikers with a knife on the Appalachian Trail in southwestern Virginia may eleventh a forty three year old man from Oklahoma died after being stabbed several times a female hiker was seriously hurt in the attack Jim chrysalis CBS news to New Jersey judges under fire for how they handled rape cases one of the judges who is male and partially retired questioned whether a sixteen year old Eagle Scout from a good family should face serious consequences for sexually assaulting an intoxicated girl and attack recorded on video the Monmouth County judge suggested it didn't compare to a traditional case of rape which he defined as two or more men forcing the victim at gun point prompting a call that he be removed from the bench the second case involves a female judge in Middlesex County who questioned whether an attack on a twelve year old girl could be considered serious harm because the only damage was the loss of her virginity victims advocates are questioning if these judges are qualified I Jackie Quinn coming.

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"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

Players with Lindsay Czarniak

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

"You know, a year from now much less ten years from now, I wanna write some of those going to matter ten years from now thirty years from now, that's what my goal is. But that's also a hard right now, especially really hard blonde wall. Because everything is so just pop, you know, PA popular music just make it sound good. And that radio play it. But the songs aren't there? A lot of times about ninety percent of the songs out there. Just good. They're okay. But it's all about the track and all about hatfields. And I I want to my goal is to on this next record that I'm working on. Now is to meet both of those worlds. You know? I, you know, musically. I've always been a strong suit for me. And I've been producing on record since I started, you know. And so I won't this one to have all the stuff all the bills and whistles and all the cool stuff that kids want wanna hear. But I, but I want the songs to say something that means something I wanted to songs to to wrap up in ways that kind of blow your mind like, oh that was cool because you're right. You're right off like we talked about that. Which is totally different by the way when you hear that. And you're not a mom, and then all of a sudden, you are, and it's, you know, once you have kids man, it is different over and the commercials and folger's commercial God that from the eighties that I can't watch around Christmas time. What is it that one commercial? I can't learn more. This comes home, though, not that when it's like, I think it's the insurance commercial. House that add at Alabama. They go through all the years crime drills crying, girls crying. Today's crying on my alma. Yet. I can't take it. But that's the first time. I talked to you. We talked about that a little bit right? And you've I feel like you're someone you you have just you do that so wonderfully, and we talked about how you know, knowing you and the and the perception of you know, the big burly guy played right? And then you do these songs, and it's like the will you have to do that. And to come up with those moments and put people on those mean that is incredible womb? I feel like it. I was natural. I was really got any all that honest. I mean, when I when I was the first musical influences on me were my mama and daddy singing in church, and like when they sang, you know, they were trying to convey, a message in even mama to she could sing like a bird but allow but sometimes in church, you know, she would stop singing, and like talk averse if she felt like that's what she needed to do to communicate that song what it was saying. So that you could really take in what she was saying, then she would and it. Still magic. And so. Agra love and that kind of stuff, and I only love hearing people really saying, I mean, those those gospel groups that my daddy listened to growing up because the key the cathedral quartet, and the Gaither vocal band and Kingsman and all the gold city. These are all gospel Cortez that I just kind of just named off. And they would just saying saying, you know, and I loved to sing sing, you know, Vince Gill and Whitney Houston and boys demand. And like, you wouldn't think that I'd be the guy that was listening to that growing up. But I was and even like when I got introduced in high school to like, you know, guns and roses and stuff like that Pearl Jam, and, you know, Hank junior and all that stuff. You would you would think that's like, oh, you got in Iraq? And this and that, and and but my favorites were still be November rain, you know, from from them, or you know, what I mean are black or something from from Pearl Jam. Or or like blues man to this day as like one of my favorites. I'm hanging junior..

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"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

Players with Lindsay Czarniak

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

"And and and, but it had really been a long time, and I dated, you know, some girls for, you know, long periods of time. And but I wasn't dating anybody. And I went up there. And as a hey, you should come. Visit. You know, like I'm going to be at this restaurant with this radio station. She's like, oh, well, I know that that Dave steel she's just days still was a guy radio station, one of the DJ's and. So she came in medicine like it was one of those other moments whenever like I open the bus door because this at the time the state the the label had taken me out on a tour bus to do the radio tour. Go meet all the radio stations three day. Well, she walks there. She was standing there. And I was like. Blown away. I mean, she was just still so stunning. You know, ten years later, she was eighteen when I met her, you know, and she's now twenty seven or whatever it was and. Twenty twenty-five and cody's age. Yeah. And so we had it was kind of a almost like I was kind of ignoring the radio people that night because I just couldn't get over like, Sarah. You know, I just couldn't get over it. And so that was it was really special being able to see her and like having that other. That's when we reconnected, you know, and then. We had we had to coda. And then we got married, and then we had Reicher knew he had truly incident. The hardest part has been she knew that I was doing when I was doing. I was going to be on the road law. That's that's what I'd do. You know? I don't think she realized necessarily how hard it would become especially and I didn't either when kids come along. And so now, she's not only kind of alone when I'm gone, at least she's got the kids now. But now, she's got three kids. She's juggling by ourselves. We don't have family in Nashville. Okay. My parents are all down in South Carolina. Her parents are all, you know, her people in her hands or stuff up in Ohio. So we're just here. And so she, you know, it's that's been the biggest task is again kind of comes back to figure it out. Let's figure it out. So I just grind it out on the road. So then when I'm home. You know, I can be home. You know, like, I'll leave here soon as we finish this. And I'll go straight to the house, and I'll spend, you know, three or four more hours with her and truly as much as I can possibly get in. And then I'll just headed the bus, and then I'll hit right back at the writing and out here for three days. You know, it's interesting it is. And it's it's in, you know, we talk about sports and how it correlates, and it just it just all really does from the right from songwriting. And and the extra effort you put in to make a song go from good to great, you know, or you know, from perseverance like in a career. That's that's like again, I could have written. Maybe some down the middle of the road songs is not going to matter ever..

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"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

Players with Lindsay Czarniak

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

"Well, it was seven years. Osama record deal in two thousand one while I left Clemson. I didn't have a record out until I didn't hit. My I didn't come on radio into two thousand seven the record. Didn't even come out that same record that that song was on because they were gonna wait till the song got to the top top ten to put a record out. So I'll put out three or four or five singles that only got the top thirty. So they still wouldn't put the record out. So I didn't have a record until two thousand ten three years later after I waited seven years to get a single out. So you're talking I've been there ten I mean, it was just a it was a long time and law a lot of grind. And I see a lot of the other folks that cana- town when I did. And they're just below invite me because you know, there's some dif- different labels work different ways. I was at a smaller label, and they were having issues and with an within their own things and problems with other artists that that just really took away from what I was trying to do. And so it put a damper on, you know, a real hindrance. On my singles, and what I was getting done. But we finally had love like crazy was like, you know, most played song of the year, you know, on two thousand ten and so they put the record out. Finally, what was that moment for you where you were like that was pretty cool. You know, I got my first record out. But then I realized okay. So with a record release here comes going to New York for a week and doing press and data da and like all the other stuff that comes along with that. And more and more and more interviews and more and more people in meet and greet, some more than people that wanna see you. So then that started that process of learning. And so now, it's like, okay. At this point. I've got three kids, and I've got I gotta go. Okay. Well, I can't do that show because. I this is a holiday that I've had blocked to be with family, or if I'm at a show like Lee, you're gonna be going all day. We're going to do we're going to get media all day long. And then we're going to do it dinner, and we're going to have a show. So it's and then you got to one hundred twenty five people meet and greet, you know, before the show. You know? So it gets it's get it gets grueling even now it's like, so what did you how'd you balance that once you do? Well, so that's kinda why because I was then coming home and making records and stuff I was home. So I'm like well now, I'm never seen the family because when I am home, I'm working. So that's one I build a studio on the bus a couple of years ago. So that I can get out on the road and just grinded out their brand come in fact today, I'm leaving today. We just redid the studio got a new bus. I was moving buses two days ago. Got a new bus. I've been in this one bus for like seven years. It's like rattling down the road. Now, we put like five hundred thousand miles on it. So I'm I'm moving buses today. It'll be our first run, and I've got to riders coming out. We'll get out there tonight. We're right all after all night on the bus on the bus because I've got gear and guitars. And I mean, the pro tools everything you would have in any other studios right there on my bus Mike's and all the stuff, and it's a creative space, and it's a coup in this newer buses, kind of creative us all I born would out, and so it's kind of kind of vibe like this room. You know, what I mean, except it's not painted white. But anyway, which is a great dissenting. But so what do that and we'll work hard. And we'll I'll come back, and I will be because..

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"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

Players with Lindsay Czarniak

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

"It's seven o'clock would know voice, and then going to lunch with another radio station down the road, and then going to dinner with another radio station down the road than doing a show that ni- and then continuing on and on and on pack in our own gear load and out loon it in. Every single night. That aware on you after a while, you know, more money Lee. Luckily, my band, and I had I kind of sort of started out with other than my bass player because I've I've found him a couple of years in. He was in the van with us for the last couple of years, but the first couple of years that was the only part we didn't have nail down. But they but everybody my band is still in my man to that today other than that. Wow. Okay. And they they just had four of them just had their eleven year anniversary with me on the road. And they weren't millennials lay knew about look, we just we got a job. We're gonna work. We all they all push through with me. You know, we took turns driving. And so I've got a lot of respect. They're like my brothers. And these guys are. But they're now it's kind of funny. It's like we had our days in the veins were playing in the bars were partying and just having fun. And now, we're all married kids. And they now because I was the one with kids, right? I. Helpful. Yeah. Definitely definitely. And then and then sit in like now, then you know, Saddam he's got to now and read he's got one. And with you know, in like Paul's got one they got one on the way. So now they're starting to get like when I'm going guys seriously. I don't think you understand like I just want to not do nothing today. Like, I just want to stop. But but so it's it's really cool. But, but yeah, those those early days were arguing that mental toughness of being because you either you're on like that, and you can push through or you can't you know, and some people are cut out for there's a lot of people who got a record deal and went out on the road and realized they're like, I want to be a singer. So they go get a record deal, and then they have on the road, and they realized the work that is involved in. I mean, the singing parts easy part. That's that's that's the seventy minutes night. You know a day. It's the all the other stuff, that's like, the hard part, and all the preparation all our work. Do you ever? Consider throwing in the towel there ever a moment that you came close or that you thought not not really I mean, I, you know, I just never, you know, like, and I like I said that kind of goes back to daddy say, well, you can try it for a year..

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"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

Players with Lindsay Czarniak

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

"And there's really zero difference in it for me on fact, sometimes I we're talking about Cody earlier cody's by the kid is my engineering, you know, twenty five year old, which I guess go down on that like millennial most on the millennial thing, you know. Now, he came from a good family, you know, and like in he like, he works so hard. But so I had to catch myself sometimes because I'll work from. I mean, our sometimes to a detriment to myself. I'm like, I worked myself to exhaustion because I I have to squeeze it in a happy get it done because when I get home I wanna have the time with the kids in Bubba. Bob out. I mean, you do that. Because you belt it all to take care of it on the road on the road. Yes. I can get it down the road. So I come home. I can have the kids. I don't have to go back to a studio. Well, anyway, so we get to work in. Sometimes I'll have to slow down and go. All right. I don't want like Cody did light just keel over right in front of me. You know, are like have a mental breakdown because I'm sitting here, but I've gone through some things that have made you so mentally tough. When you go on through walk on program or any just even just workouts in indeed one school, those kind of things preseason that kind of stuff is brutal. I mean, it is an you. It is not just a physical thing you have to mentally be able to push your body pass where you know, you have any thought that it can go. Let's what do you? Remember like, what's an example, Matt? Well, so grueling there's a there's a bunch. But I remember one one time. I mean, this is when I really knew they were just trying to they. They were just really trying to make you. They wanted us to hate him and just leave their like try their jaw walk on coaches was to make you leave like to make you leave a check the box. That was a newer there. Every morning on this walk on thing. We're there every morning at I think it was four thirty every morning, and because we had to be at class at seven thirty, you know. Yeah. Gotcha. So and so this is we did this through the wintertime. I remember one morning we got there. And it was you know, it's dark, and it's wet and cold. And a first thing we did four thirty in the morning. It was go out to the field where it was frozen. The ground is frozen, and it was frost on the ground. It was it was frozen. Hard hard hard frozen ground. Like, all right. You know, crab, crawls on your hands on on your feet down in back. Go a hundred yards down one hundred yards back, and this is N like, so what are you going? I remember thinking, okay, we'll this cold and in your hands kinda start to burn. And then they go numb. And then they just. There's just paying this deep-rooted pain in like, but you can't stop 'cause they're like you just wanna take your hand off the ground. You're sitting there. Crawling you either go faster, and you pretend you trying to get through it. And it's just a mill know your hands are gonna be on that ground, you know? And so it's like to the point of Dade push you to obviously, you know football as a even in the summertime right before the season starts get out there. They had oxygen mask out because I mean, they'd push you in that heat. You know, you we get sick. All kinds of stuff. And so, but it would be funny because I'm in new white room. You push yourself to the point of why don't you get sick? There's a trash can over there. And then you back overdoing more rips immediate, right? You know what I mean? So you have to mentally be able to like that's a that's a thing that they're training. Your brain heavy mental to toughness, mental toughness. And that way you can push through just about anything. And then more, you know, it's kinda navy seals stuff. I mean, it's like they pushed them for a reason..

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"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

Players with Lindsay Czarniak

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

"I wanted to get out there and kick your butt, you know, and saw I started to realize there was a few people in town. So there's a lot of people in town who wrote three hundred dollars a year, which is what I was doing kind of a numbers thing is getting there and just pound out songs all the time. Because that's what you just got to get a bunch of songs. And that was a good thing to strengthen that light muscle. That mind muscle. You know that songwriting muscle. But then also learn and figure out about a people like, Hugh Prestwood, and like Joe, Henry and Kerry Kurt Phillips that would like, right. Maybe twelve songs a year. But you can bet your bottom dollar that all twelve of those songs bull your mind, which just gonna get tar every word every nuance. Every little melody every little thing about it would be absolutely mind blowing Lee perfect and bring you to tears make you happy. Just just I mean, so and then that could us saw the difference and those kind of songs and some of the songs that I was right now, I got you know, when you're writing a bunch of songs you reach up into the air one day. And you might you write a good song. You get good at it. Just like anything else? You can be good any day every day all the time. But as every now, and then there's magic was in the air, you know. And so a sawmill come out, whether it was personal or whatever, and you know, crazy girl would pop out. It becomes a song of the year. And so I had some success early on that. But that wasn't for the fact of me necessarily going that extra mile, but I feel like these days and back, then at least even as an editor. I was like man, it's just not gonna feel it had a of riders go. We'll dadgum it. I mean, if it's within tell me what it is. I will. I don't know what it is. I just know that what we have ain't good enough yet. So and I'm just this kid and there've been writing songs for thirty years, you know, but they liked that actually. So as I got to know these writers over the years and started to go le-, you know, the first time you came in. We always wanted to write with you again because every time we wrote a song win, and it would something really special. And and I started realizing that you were such a great editor. And you always do obviously you always brought in the singing and playing guitar and cool vibes and stuff. But I didn't realize how how much a part of the lyric that you were. Just by making making pushing everybody else in the room to be better. And that that's the key to you know, that you hear so often in sports. You know that that quarterback or whatever that makes everyone around him. I it is. And it can be it can be just on team say, everybody's you know, you just make everybody a better because you you either are you portrayed to be look we're going. We're not going to be just this level. We're going to be the next level. We're going to go the extra mile, and then sometimes it's that competition thing where it's just say it's quarterback surface linebackers. Well, there's only going to be two of you out there inside linebackers, but we got eight of us right here on the team. So who's going to be the two out there? And so that drives you to be better. And so and to go the extra mile work harder. Do the extra lap. You know run. The extra stairs. Come in early. You know, watch the extra film. I mean, all that stuff is such a correlate. I mean, it's it all correlate so tight together to me..

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"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

Players with Lindsay Czarniak

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

"And you're so as long Stephen so and then, but then I was kinda long snapping, right and left handed singing and your writings show. I just came to a point where I was like, I know I'm not going to be able to play football. Like, I know I'm not going to be able to do this like I really wanted to do it. It's on. I'm just got hurt two point. And we're arms not just not going to be the same. And so that's why I decided to when I visited Nashville I meet they fell in love with Nashville and was like this is where I gotta be. So it was funny like. That was spring break. And so I. Basically went home, and like pack, my stuff and just mood. Just moved to Nashville and stay with the bud like a friend of a friend who was never there their apartment for the rest of that that whole that season that spring that summer, and and then I was officially I got me and my first apartment and actually the first day. I woke up was up timber eleventh the day the balloons were coming down like the first day in Nashville, and but I just knew I needed to be here. So I mean that that was a whole new start for me and football is like now. But one thing that I was able to say was that I did walk on. And I dig I did get a starting position. And I did do the things that my coach said that I couldn't do you know what I mean? And and I had a ball and. Iran and the hill of bunch, you know, and. It just was something for me to be able to say that. I was able to do it. You know, what I mean, which is much steeper hill, by the way. Probably right. That and wedges jump to when you're going to do your job. We're gonna because you like, whoa. Six off the ground. So you're saying so that was enough that was it. Yeah. 'cause I when I was there it Clemson some of the the the my coach way Clemson was was like, look, man. He's like out of all the snappers. We have you know, if you work doing things, you do and he's like you have kind of the speed to be able to because now in the NFL they're looking for somebody who can not just long snap. They want you to do something else. Be a backup something, you know, tied in fullback, something, you know, Lyman just they want a little bit more out of you than just to be the guy to go long snap. And so at the time, and he's like, so, you know, we got homeboy over here. That's just tiny. And he's just not he he can't do that. And he snaps great. But then we got homeboy over here. That didn't snap that will. But he could go be a leak ago be a backup lineman. But he's accurately. You kind of have all the qualities to be able to do that. He's like you could really possibly do that in NFL, but my elbow just never healed back in. And I just couldn't you know, hurt so bad like to this day people snap me a ball. And i'll. I've had like a whiskey. Sure. Now like pass out when I snap because it's, but yeah, but it was like it was like I came to a porn. I said, okay. I did it. I'm not going to sit here and try to force this issue anymore. Besides the other humongous passion, the depths of me, and my life is music. And so when a visit Nashville at all just kind of came like clear to me that this is what I was supposed to do in my life. You mentioned that for your first full day being September. Yeah. That must've it was crazy my so I had been there that someone on. This was something my daddy was a little bit like when I call daddy at after spring brings at all, right? So. I'm not going to go back to school at a year left. Civil engineering degree..

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"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

Players with Lindsay Czarniak

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

"And then like right before the the first game. I I had been snapping like crazy. I mean, I just was like psycho about I was like I want to be the best. I wanna be and I wanted to and I was also kind of rotating in its center, you know, so I'm on offense of lamb, and I'm also snapping. But I guess I was hyperextending my arm every time I snapped have been four or five hundred times a day. And so long story short. I woke up one day off, my my arm wouldn't like. Straighten out. All right arm would just just was stuck you know, kind of been like an accident figure. My was Homa arm. So. I went in, you know. And we'll go get it checked. And and so they they're like, look, you've somehow all the cartilage, you destroyed it all on your elbow. So I guess I was hyper extending as I was coming through my legs instead of turning my hand over you know, and let my arm been back in. And so I mean, they're like, well, you're long snapper. So get in go like they sent me straight to surgery like the next day and so had surgery, and then I was at took a while for it to really be able to heal so through that season. I had started just throw left handed because just because I could I was at practice. I'm like, well, I'm just going to throw left and start practicing lifting because I didn't have to do much with my right arm. When I was throwing the ball. And we did a lot of drills and stuff like over the head and all this stuff. So I was I started. So actually worked my way back up through the depth charts of long to to the number two physicians nap and left handed and there were like five long snappers on the team. So they are they do. But then what are you doing whatever data and then they're like? Wow. So just you know, I just put it in my head. You're gonna figure this out. And so only for the I it was just a challenge for like. I don't want to just be here doing nothing. You know, what I mean because I couldn't do anything my right arm. And so I did that. And so our second year in I got through spring the spring, and I was like my right arm. Just still like to this moment right now. In front of you when I'm Mark my arm out at hurts bone on bone because there's no they basically took all the cartilage out. There was nothing. They could really do with it. So it just never was the same. You know, and. I took a year I came home, and and did some classes at home. I went back to Clemson for a year. And then I was like, you know, like suit music, always was like a big humongous part of the depths of me. And it's odd just kind of one day for spring break. I decided to go visit Nashville, and a friend actually who was working up there for managing a management company. Alan Jackson's management company, actually said, Said, hey. hey, come up and visit us for spring break and just see Nashville because she had heard me sing and stuff before and growing writing that was like church singing. And I was she had heard me. Also, I had a band that ad started and Sumpter, and it kind of blew up and half of. It was my original stuff that I'd written, you know, and and it kind of was getting really popular through Colombia we played in Columbia, Charleston, and Sumpter and Florence and all around the kind of the Midland's and that was before you got to Clemson. Yeah. Well, no, this is kind of during Clemson and. Yeah. So you're long snap..

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"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

Players with Lindsay Czarniak

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

"They all have their their pros and cons looking back. But my. School head coach football coach he is like locally. He's like you just not big enough to play offense von at Clemson. And you're not you're not fast enough to play linebacker there. So just look at all these other schools at once you you need to go take your free ride and just go do this. You just you just not going to be the to Clemson. And is your position was while? I mean, I was I mean, I play the abra I didn't come off the field in highschool. So I loved defense. I love playing inside linebacker, but granted up probably was a step too slow to play Clemson inside linebacker, and I was probably, you know. An inch too short mean I'm six I'm six three to play to play at that level. I'll probably could have I could've which I ended up doing it Clemson. But when he said that when he said, you're just not you're not big enough. And you're not fast enough to to do either. Or so just take your other options. You know? That's when I was like, well, thanks for Megamall decision for me because I'm going you know, what I mean, I'm going and I'm going to walk on. And I'm going to I'm gonna play. And so that's what I did. So I went and might your dad think about that. And so and daddy I mean, he supported me. I mean, he loved the fight. I was gonna Clemson. He. He loved the fact that I mean, I went there, and I was working out through the spring. And then when we had the walk on stuff. It was like I can't remember how long the total walk on program was but it about half of it. And then and it was tough because they're trying to make their tr try those I'll walk on program. You know when you're trying to walk onto a team. They're trying to make you quit. That's they're just they're weeding out the people who really want to be there who don't. And so it was rough. The first those first few weeks, I think I was there for five or six or seven weeks of the program. And then they're like, okay, Bryce, you don't you're done you're on. So so then when I was on the team. So then I immediately the long snapper that had been there was from manning, South Carolina, which was like fifteen minutes down the road from where I grew up, and he had been there. Snapping long snapping from like from the first down of his freshman year to the last down of his senior year never had a bad snap. He was on the cover of. I think it was Sports Illustrated. His last name was bench and. He was sitting on the bench. And they did this whole story on him. How he was like the best long snapper like in history. Right. So he had just left the year before and I was coming in. And so he took me under his wing. It was like light. So let me show you how to really do this because I'd long snap through high school because I could I figured it out. You know, I 'cause you dug ditches this, right? It's real when you're starting out in middle school. They're like so all right. Who's going to snap the ball? I'm like, well, I'll I'll do it. I'll figure out you know, otherwise a lot of other teams you'd see the quarterback down there. Snapping the ball between their legs for to the puck because they were you know, throw quote, throw the ball. Well, I snapped and learn how to snap through high school. But then when I met him at Clemson through that spring in that first summer. I'll work with him. And he taught me I mean, he could tell you how many rotations there were going to be in a in a he he told me look some punters might want it three feet out in front of them. Some of them wanted to the right of foot some of them wanted high some of them depending on I mean, they're all different. And you got a bit of put it there. And you've got to be fast. And so it was cool like how that worked out? And so then I worked my way up to the starting position..

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"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

Players with Lindsay Czarniak

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

"And so, you know, you got you gotta have boots on, you know, because you're you got a press down that shovel in the back of the shoveling get it down to the dirt. And we'll lose him pop it out, and obviously don't three dirt too far because you got to put the dirt back in the whole out to you put whenever it is in the ditch. And so, and I remember that's some of the first lessons. I learned I'm sitting here digging, and he and throwing the dirt, you know. He's like why you want to do it all the way over there. He's like you gotta get find that dirt from somewhere to feel this thing back up. He's like so far you put the dirt right beside the whole. So you learn that lesson quick when you digging ditches he's a he was a perfectionist right faction, est. And he's just he just it was a go getter and a figure it out kind of guys. Like if he had never done it before he'd figure out how to do it. You know what I mean? That's. That determination was a big thing with him. And you know, and I think that kind of came into sports with me, you know, and well, I'm not big enough or I'm not strong enough. I'm not fast enough for whatever it may have been. I was going to do. But we'll figure it out like work harder. You know? Found another way. And so that's kind of how I got through and, you know, succeeded in you know, as much as I did. So Clemson did that become a serious goal for you? Because of your dad. Yeah, it was really cause a daddy. And then you know, when you grow up at South Carolina, you're either a game. Cock, you know, our Clemson tiger. And we were tire bleed orange all the way. And then, you know, daddy, never got to go. Play in. So I was that was always my goal as a kid. I was like I wanna be superman. I want to be on a plate for Clemson. Okay. And when I was in high school, I got recruited heavily Bob bunch of smaller d one schools and a lot of d two schools to play linebacker and offense of line. And it came like what let's I mean. Everybody from Columbia University too. You know, a bunch of schools in the Carolinas and James Mattis Z, which you know. You know? We'll play. Yeah. I'll places like that to smaller d one schools, but it would have been fun to go. Do some of that. And I got recruited by about a lot of the the big d one schools to including Clemson from my sophomore year on. But then when it got down to like, my senior year on I'd gone and done a few visits to like. Clemson and North Carolina and Sal Khan, actually out in the morning, even go on that visit but. Half of my family. Oh, just you know what I mean? So we win. I mean, It's it's it's it's. place. Nine. And and you know, what if that was the only, of course, it is. But it's like how can you be? I mean, you're now you're father. Well, he was with me. He's like now we're going to go. We're going to really, you know, we're going to visit the school. It's official visit. So it's nice. But when I get down to like the end of my senior season, you know, those those top tier schools start doing down there. They're recruiting lists. It gets tight, you know. And so. I still had plenty of offers to other schools smaller schools, but Clemson, basically, they said. You know, we still want you to come here. We think you can succeed here, but you're gonna have to come the first year. And if you can if you'll come and walk on so I can invite walk on to come. And do we think he can do then, you know, we'll be able to work out a scholarship. Later down the road. I'm like, all right. And so one thing my high school coach like I love, my coaches growing..

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"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

Players with Lindsay Czarniak

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

"Or if I'm in the studio or need to be at my house or set up a little studio somewhere else or on my bus were have a full studio setup. So that I can get worked on the road. And we talked about that earlier, but I have him come out the night before and set up, and so have a base over here. No electric guitar, and I'll have my computer setup over here and coffee set up for whoever's coming in. I got one or two writers coming in. And when they walk in. We're ready to rock so we start going, and I'll just pull out the keyboard. Maybe started groove. And you know, we just kinda start talking about ideas and. Sometimes it's a it's a groove that inspires idea. Sometimes it's an idea that inspires a groove or melody or you know, you never know what's going to happen then day, you know, you always have your water in Mason jars looking at you right now that is amazing. How much better it look? And it's coming out of a will Mason jars I mean, they're just reminds me of my granddaddy. So he drank milk out of my main right out the cow and to. Tell me about that tell me about your family. And also, I know we obviously LeBron people hear about you. And they think about all the hits you have and everything, but I know that sports is a big passionate year. Oh, yeah. I mean, it was it was always football and and music my whole life. You know, just kind of two passions for me, you know, in sports in general, but football because I my daddy. You know, he got recruited to go play at Clemson. But he ended up staying home and having a family and wanna play. I mean he wanted to play. But I guess he wanted to be at home with mama more. You know, I I don't don't know. know. But so with that said, I mean, you know, where I'm from in Sumpter back in those days. I mean, he was the man, you know, he was running back. He was just he was just the man. He was he was awesome. It's art all the stories all my life. And so you know, I was proud of my dad I wanted to play football. Clemson what kind of things did you hear kind of many just that? He was he had this crazy speed. And that he that he was kind of Taneja when it came to light. You couldn't bring him down. He was just very hard headed and very. And I could see all that in him. You know, just as a person, you know, like, he he'll never give a, you know, at anything even to this moment. You know, he's got an electric. He's electric. He's got a big electric company back home, and he should be retired. But he just keeps working on my daddy. You you know, and he's a nam. I gotta get this. And so and through the years growing up working for him. You know, I started working phone calls. I was like ten or twelve digging ditches, and he started that started his little his was a small business you had to have ditches dug. And so I was his ditch digger. You know, I'm like gosh. And I would get twenty bucks to dig a ditch. Now, sometimes that dish too long and sometimes it was eighty feet long. But I got twenty bucks either way. And there were towns when I got a little older, you know, you know, and he'd leave me a site. But like all right. I'll dig this ditch and I'll be back and then we'll finish the job. I remember one time he said, all right? We need it from there to here. And it was like it was only about a twenty foot ditch. But it was kind of like rotten downtown Sumter debt will right here. But I did it all depends on the dirt. Which is what about to get to? This was downtown Sumter and an old like Mr. muffler parking lot. And so the ground was so hard..

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"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

Players with Lindsay Czarniak

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

"Hey there I'm Lindsay Arctic and this is players conversations with country artists about their interest. In sports. This week's guest is Lee Bryce, he is a superstar by far one of the most talented singer songwriters in Nashville. He's a CNA award winner also Grammy nominee, but why I love this conversation so much was we got to peel the layers of this onion, and this guy is so interesting his song rumor is out there on radio right now getting a lot of play. But he invited me to his cottage to his farm, which is just outside of Nashville. So I want to paint you a little seen here because we pull up outside the gate, and it's this gorgeous land, beautiful little farmhouse. But you know, the gravel you can hear it as you're pulling up the driveway. We couldn't find Lee, right? So we pull up, and I was like where is this guy? I am not even making this up. He pulls around the corner. You know, gravel dust flying through the tires of his souped up. Atv? He's on his ATV. He gets up. I swear to God. He's got this may. Jar in his hand filled with ice water. And he says all so sorry, I'm late. I was I was out shooting buzzards at his pond because he's got a pond on his farm land. And the buzzards were getting the fish so Lee, you know, being a hard work and awesome country guy that he is a takes care of himself. And I knew from that incident, you know, not only because I'm really intrigued about talking about his sports connections. But also because this is definitely a person that I can tell I wanna spend a lotta time with because there's so much to learn he was awesome in so welcoming right from the start. He actually had the opportunity to pursue an NFL future. He he was a walk on at Clemson. And he made it as a starter. And that was something that a lot of people told him he couldn't do. So his story is definitely one a perseverance. But man, it's it's also one of family and challenges along the way, I found his stories about making it a Nashville just as interesting as his stories about making it on the football field at Clemson. He also is just insanely. Really funny and his stories about digging ditches with his daddy. And how he would his wife were highlights for me in this conversation. So if you love his music, you're gonna love this. If you're not even that sure about what he's about. I think you're gonna love him even more. Here's my conversation with Lee, Bryce. So you're you're cottage out here. Amazing. What goes on out here? What are you will? So, you know, this is where eventually we want to build a house out here kind of on this hill behind us. So for now, we'll come out in Raza fan will stay out here for the weekend, or you know, for the night, or, you know, or if we have guest, and my parents, or whatever they come stay out here. But right now, probably the most use it's getting is right out here. Good bit. So like this room. We're sitting in is kind of the dining room, but I'll take this table and move it over and put speakers on it and get my engineering and all set up some Andersen guitars, and we just right? I'll ride all day record a track right down here before I leave this room will have something that sounds kind of like a record done. You know what I mean that night and one day? Yeah. I mean from start to finish. And so we'll continue to work on it. You know and make it, you know, but, but it's pretty cool. You can get done if you really just kind of start and like go for it all stop, you know. You know? I mean, really dive into it headfirst and just don't stop until you get to a point of. Okay. We got this thing kind of in the basket. So what does that look like for you is it like, you're you know, you come and you get all your stuff set or have my my coffee there. Yeah. I kind of do. So I've got a I've got this. Awesome. Young. Not he's really not young kid. He's twenty five, but he's a puppy. But he, but he fulltime on as like my engineers so file ever from writing a song..

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"lee brice" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Our buddy lee brice zone for his daughter i did not the best part of me now as didn't workers boy you don't drought i'll be sets they have single hoyas fantastic as going almodena anyone who has this or any anyone who has a son or is a sudden yeah yeah true or is about to be a dad have no boys on the way if you happen to know but he uh he said i can't leave a little girl without a song so that's out there as well and by they reached out to what was that four they they asked for permission to to use that photo what was that it for dino what what publication that was four or just in general for a press release for release so that even better meals everywhere there are i a neck yeah they're gonna put the great pitcher ask gracia as great picture with organizer with the people in the the crowd the background they look at you was fifty thousand people is small betty was sold out seventy thousand people that life all right so what what game we get some of these calls as well what game to you this week is the one that will shape and it won't get to round up out of europe by who really at leave it it will take saying things had said earlier dale seat talked about this a little bit but i'm really looking at this chargers game this chargers again at new england seven point spread seven point if you get forget the spread of for now but yes you right is a sevenpoint spread but the chargers after starting owen four and then we all remember this there were playing the giants and they were like dude who's gonna suck the boasts this season the giants or is it the is of the chargers but the chargers it was deceptive because they were lose engage member the kicker the rick the rookie kicker missed the fitness the field goal and they lost of a magic of it yeah missed two but then they lost of a lastsecond field goal and so they were losing gains by three point literally blow amount but they were losing gained by three points they lost by two points in the lost by two points and obviously the ts games they were all four than it beat the giants.

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"lee brice" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on WDRC

"Into a better man over the next four years position did you play hours along sapard cuonzo i i was judge if a if a coach in any sport look to the quarterback against special rules in the wide receiver nba did he have special ed does disease he the type of coach it has special rules from which you can observe from the long so napper not the most glorious roman uh to the quarterback and that's the one thing i can tell you about him that i know for sure he's the kind of coach there the politics no matter there's a lot of times i played under some folks in my life to wear politics his mattered and and it didn't matter what you didn't practice but data if you don't play by the rules if you'll do if you'd doubt respectful um i remember one of my biggest one which i saw him during game we were winning light thirtysomething another halftime and he didn't go in the locker room he he made the field stay on the field because somebody kinda show boat it in the end zone he made the team stay on the field at halftime in front of whole stadium he said this is not who we are going to be in everybody's going to watch me jahor y'all should be shane lee your says and we were winning and he was scolding them because that's not the kind of men he's trying to race lau that's awesome uh lee brice who's here now li when did you realize not only did you like music but man i got some talent today which says sip pull you aside insane this is extraordinary talent and i i i've said sok remember i'll was sitting in a piano for hours piddling no no lessons or no lessons now mayan inroad thomas cordial seven and outplayed in church and say awhile of jesus by myself um and then i wrote sir right my first songs when i got my you know when i was ten and i was serious about it you know i i've been serious about it since then so i mean i didn't know necessarily that that i.

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"lee brice" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"lee brice" Discussed on Bobbycast

"In wearing they can release it and they may never so let me talk about expressed pro's pro in second did you know the average number of people who apply for any give a job is one hundred in eighteen people plamberger jobs of your plan for it basically europe gets hundred and seventeen other people only twenty percent of those applicants get an interview because many companies do software to screen out applications before anyone even seizure resume simply uploading your resume won't get your job you need a higher an advocate xpress employment professionals as the local resource to help you land a job expresses more than eighteen thousand jobs available weekly when you interviewed express the censure skills that connect with available jobs the team europe in your job search manufacturing accounting customer service sales distribution informationtechnology are you tired replying and not hearing back view your locallyowned express opposite ends with professionals connected to the available jobs in your community expressed never charged the jobseeker to find employment visit expressed pros dot com and go today expressed pros dot com apply online express pros die com or visit an office near you today okay so i do wanna talk about arm as have one absent notes here how 'bout let's talk about lee brice for second and it wasn't the first thing over the record now is the third dared single the biggest this was hit this is his career song like the me not easily this as gur's on your on your with his awkward and i don't want to deal with this because you're the writer of the song but you know what's oppor for an artist is this such powerful song is that.

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