With a sound stemming from country, rhythm and blues, to southern rock with pop influences, Lewis Brice comes at you with high-energy stories and sounds catching the ear, making you want to move. Born and raised in Sumter, South Carolina, singing in church choir and praise bands, Brice moved to Charleston where he began performing his first live shows, presenting his own music, to a new crowd.
Brice lives just north of Nashville, TN, where he spends his time writing. Currently he is traveling and performing all over the mid-west, northeast, southeast, including regular appearances in Key West. Blessed to play shows with friends and family, including many talented artists he admires such as Lee Brice, Randy Houser, Jerrod Niemann, Nick Norman, The Cadillac Three, Chase Rice, American Young, Chad Warrix, John Wesley Satterfield and more; he has been able to spread his original music in front of attentive audiences and continuously grow a strong fan base.
Brice’s has made headlines with “Ordinary Girl,” co-written with Dallas Rogers, which made a small window on the media base charts, and reaching #67 on the Country Music Charts. Brice appeared in CMT’s first season of "Can You Duet,” coming in 8th place out of the thousands. Additionally, Lewis took on the lead roll in the 2014 ACM “Song of the Year” music video “I Drive Your Truck,” by Lee Brice.
Lewis Brice’s live show is one full of energy, with songs that bring a southern rock tone, storytelling lyrics and bluesy soulful singing. The Lewis Brice Band, known as "The Escorts,” consists of a Nashville native Johannes Greer on drums, Phil Lester on bass, and Josh Waters known as the utility player, all bring their character and incredible musical skills to create an experience you won’t forget.
Brice is currently working on his debut album EP, with his brother, Lee Brice, producing and co-producers Ben Simonetti, Jon Stone (of American Young) and himself, working together to create a noise stretching across the musical soundboard.