photo credit: Tyler Woods
For the 9th year, Lewis Brice and Tin Roof have kicked off CMA Fest week with Lewispalooza, raising money for Hope Songs, a nonprofit that supports patients while they undergo extensive alternative treatments for cancer.
Lewis enlisted the help of friends and fellow artists for Lewispalooza 9, the event was hosted by Joe Denim and featured performances by Gary Quinn, Blake O’Conner, Channing Wilson, Tyler Reeve, Taylor Phillips, John Gurney, The Rebel Roads, Stevie Monce, Paul McDonald, John Wesely Satterfield, Jerrod Niemann, Chase Bryant, Charles Esten, Ashton Shepherd and Lewis Brice on the main stage. The show continued after-hours with performances inside Tin Roof with Curt Chambers, The True Villains, Cody Parks and Stephen Paul closing out the jam packed evening of live music.
ABOUT LEWIS BRICE:
Lewis’s debut self-titled EP, produced by himself and his brother Lee Brice, was released via Pump House Music on July 14th, 2017 to glowing reviews, landing at No. 11 on the US iTunes Country chart. Since then, Lewis has been named one of Rolling Stone Country’s “New Country Artists You Need to Know” and Billboard’s “Country Artists to Watch in 2018”. Tracks from the EP were featured on SiriusXM The Highway, CMT Music, and Spotify’s New Boots & Wild Country playlists, and its lead single ‘Best Ex Ever’ reached the Top 40 of MusicRow’s Country Breakout radio chart. The next chapter of Lewis’s music was unveiled on November 23rd, 2018 as the first single from his forthcoming second collection of songs, titled ‘Blessed’, was introduced to the world by a special Thanksgiving acoustic performance premiere with his brother Lee Brice. With more new music and shows worldwide on the horizon, 2019 promises to be the best year yet for Lewis Brice!
ABOUT HOPE SONG:
Founded in April 2016 by John Wesley Satterfield and at Chipsa Hospital in Playas de Tijuana, Hope Song continues to support the patients at the hospital while they undergo extensive alternative treatment for cancer. Hope Song arranges for two to three artists to travel to the hospital from Nashville every week to perform for the patients each night. Their vision is to provide funding for cancer treatment to those who cannot afford it in the future.