|Posted by Administrator on August 16, 2014 at 3:00 PM|
Photo Credit: Joseph Llanes
Lee Brice is in the September issue of Redbook, on stands now. In it, he talks about the story behind his single "I Don't Dance," marrying wife Sara – and how she feels about the backwards baseball cap. Watch his acoustic performance from the magazine's office here.
Here's an excerpt from Redbook's interview with Brice. (Read the entire interview here)
REDBOOK: Your new hit "I Don't Dance" is the wedding song of the summer.
Well, it was made to be a wedding song. The whole time I was writing it, I was thinking, This is our first dance. I recorded a live acoustic version when I wrote it—that's what played at our wedding, and those vocals actually ended up on the record. It stayed personal.
RB: Your whole I Don't Dance album has so many songs about the different phases of love.
Look, I'm a party animal. I love to rock out on stage. But love songs are what come naturally to me. I have to work a lot harder at writing big-tempo, rocking songs.
RB: You've been touring with Luke Bryan. When you're back in Nashville, do you and Sara have date nights?
Our date is just being at home. I'm on the road a lot, and it makes us appreciate our time together. I think a lot of people lose that in everyday life—when you come home from work every day, maybe you take for granted the time you have with your family. We don't.
Brice's latest album, 'I Don't Dance', releases September 9.
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