Lee Brice hosted the second concert of his three-show Analog series at Nashville’s Hutton Hotel on Aug. 27.
Lee was joined onstage by Liz Rose, Victoria Shaw and Maddie & Tae to help raise funds for Nashville’s Thistle Farms.
“I’m so grateful for the influence of these women in my life—they’re like family to me,” said Lee. “Every one of these Analog shows has a meaningful theme. With this show in particular, I wanted to shine a bright light onto the incredible artistry brought to country music by so many women, and honor their fearless, pioneering spirits and creative contributions. To say I was honored to be onstage with Liz Rose, Victoria Shaw and Maddie & Tae last night is an understatement. Their talent is just mind-blowing.”
Thistle Farms aids female survivors of trafficking, prostitution and addiction by providing safe and supportive housing, the opportunity for economic independence and a strong community of advocates and partners.
In July, Lee and his musical friends—Jake Owen, Dallas Davidson, Rob Hatch, Tyler Farr and Chuck Wicks—performed to benefit Folds of Honor, an organization that provides educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service-members.
On Oct. 1, Lee will pay tribute to the one-year anniversary of the Route 91 Harvest Festival during the final installment in his three-part series at Hutton Hotel. The event is already sold out.
Check out the photo gallery from Lee’s recent showcase, courtesy of Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com.
photos by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com
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