Lee Brice let his two sons Ryker and Takoda be the first to find out if the country singer and his wife were having a boy or a girl. They may have been more interested in the cupcake than the baby, however.
Miranda Lambert's emotional moment with a soldier's sign sent us on a search for some more of country music's best military tributes. Artists are overwhelmingly supportive of the troops, with dozens of planned tributes every year. These five moments were spontaneous decisions to honor…
Lee Brice talked about embarrassing his kids, being left at the airport by a country legend and that time an onstage marriage proposal didn't go as planned during his interview before his Country Jam Colorado appearance.
Lee Brice's song "I Drive Your Truck" holds deep meaning for Ginger Gurley Gilbert Ravella. When she first heard the song, she thought of her late husband Troy Gilbert, an F-16 pilot killed in action on Nov. 27, 2006, and longed for his old truck.