Lee Brice stopped by the Fox & Friends’ New York City stage this morning as part of the network’s All-American Concert Series. While on the show, he performed his latest single, “Rumor,” the follow-up to his Top-20 hit, “Boy.” Click here to watch his performance from earlier today.
Brice also chatted about his other hits, including his record-breaking first single, “Love Like Crazy,” which was on the charts for 57 weeks, beating out a record previously held by country legend Eddy Arnold. He also opened up about “I Don’t Dance,” admitting he only dances at the request of his wife, but that he once appeared on stage in the fifth grade, dancing like MC Hammer.
The live audience was in luck, as Brice continued the show after the live broadcast, turning the Fox and Friends’ plaza into a “Parking Lot Party.” During Brice’s interview, the hosts discussed Brice’s “I Drive Your Truck,” recalling a special moment from 2016 where Brice helped return a truck to the family of a fallen soldier. The moment was so special that the Fox & Friends’ hosts recalled it as “perhaps one of the top five most emotional moments.”