Lee Brice Says Who He’d Like to Write For

Goin’ in for the kiss..

Here’s another interview from backstage at the Stars & Guitars benefit in Hollywood, Florida.

Me: You just got off the Blake Shelton cruise. Of all the artists that were on the cruise, whose liver was punished the most?

LB: Probably Jerrod Niemann. I would say me, but then that makes me look bad.

Me: Did you vote for yourself for CMA New Artist?

LB: I did not vote for myself. I don’t know how to vote, yet.

Me: So, you just didn’t vote yet?

LB: I’m going to. I haven’t voted yet.

Me: If you could write a song for anybody, even someone outside the country format, who would it be?

LB: Hank Jr’s been really big for me. I’ve got a couple cuts with artists that I love..

Me: You got a cut with Garth..

LB: Well, and he was like an idol, like wow that happened. But Hank Jr., he’s one of the most underrated singers and writers ever. He is a legend. I just would love to go to my grave one day going, “I got a Hank Jr. cut.”

Me: I feel like you could make that happen.

LB: Well, I’m tryin’ very slowly but surely.

Me: You’re getting married next April. What’s the most expensive thing on your registry?

LB: We don’t have a registry yet. We’re still workin’ on it. Our plans have been really slow since I’m on the road so much so I don’t get involved with her and help her have fun with this whole process. So we actually haven’t gotten to that step yet. What should I make it?

Me: You go nuts, you go crazy. Lookin’ back, you realize half the stuff you register for you don’t even want.

LB: You be like, “I want that awesome coffee maker over there.”

Me: And the $75 sponge for washing your car.

Me: What’s your favorite TV show?

LB: Eastbound and Down.

Me: All-time?

LB: In the last 20 years.

Me: You co-wrote a song on the new show “Nashville.”

LB: This is true. I didn’t even know it was on there. I was at a bar, and the first night it came on I was in a bar and I hear this song playing over the P.A. and I go, “I know that song.” And I go, “I wrote that song!” And I look up at the TV and it was the first episode and I was like, “My songs on the show!”

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About Broadway

Broadway has been a country music radio deejay since 2006. He started at B-93 in Grand Rapids, Michigan when he accepted the night show host position. While there, his show was syndicated on 106.7 The Fox-Detroit, FM106-Milwaukee, 106.1 RDU Country-Raleigh, Vegas Country-Las Vegas, Country 92.5-Hartford, and 102.5 KNIX-Phoenix. Broadway was also heard on over 50 stations across the country as part of Clear Channel’s Premium Choice on weekend nights. Since 2012 he has worked in Miami, FL, Hartford, CT and Pittsburgh, PA.
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