Known for his booming, powerful voice and countless hits, Lee Brice has been busy touring the country and taking his music to fans nationwide. Brice recently stopped in Philadelphia, PA at The Electric Factory, with special guest Morgan Evans, to perform for fans ahead of the release of his self-titled album.
Kicking off his set with a nearly five-minute video of photos and recollections from his long-lasting career, Brice hit the stage with his song “Drinking Class” in order to get the party started. During his performance, the South Carolina native shared songs from his upcoming project, including “Little Things,” “American Nights,” “Rumor” and the lead single, “Boy.”
To close his set, Brice performed “I Don’t Dance,” a song he wrote for his wife Sara ahead of their wedding.
Evans fired up the crowd with his unique performing style. Blending his own songs with tracks from popular artists like Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber, and Walk The Moon, Evans gave the crowd something to remember.
During his time on stage, the Australian native paid tribute to the late Tom Petty by covering “I Won’t Back Down.” His set wasn’t complete without a performance of his U.S. debut single “Kiss Somebody.”
Check out photos from the show below…