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BMI Honors Writers of Lee Brice’s #1 Hit ‘Drinking Class’

Posted in News on June 3, 2015
Pictured (L-R back row): ASCAP’s Mike Sistad, Big Yellow Dog’s Danni O’Neill, Amylase’s Ben Vaughn and Whit Jeffords, producers Kyle Jacobs and Matt McClure, Curb Records’ Mike Curb and Jim Ed Norman, BMI’s Bradley Collins. (front row) BMI songwriter David Frasier, BMI singer/songwriter Lee Brice, songwriter Josh Kear and BMI songwriter Ed Hill.
Pictured (L-R back row): ASCAP’s Mike Sistad, Big Yellow Dog’s Danni O’Neill, Amylase’s Ben Vaughn and Whit Jeffords, producers Kyle Jacobs and Matt McClure, Curb Records’ Mike Curb and Jim Ed Norman, BMI’s Bradley Collins. (front row) BMI songwriter David Frasier, BMI singer/songwriter Lee Brice, songwriter Josh Kear and BMI songwriter Ed Hill.

Broadcast Music, Inc. executives celebrated with other music industry notables at Pourhouse in Nashville to commemorate BMI songwriters David Frasier and Ed Hill, along with songwriter Josh Kear, who co-penned Lee Brice’s #1 hit, “Drinking Class.” The certified gold track is the second single off Brice’s third studio album and chart-topping release, I Don’t Dance, the title track of which also hit #1. Fans can catch Brice on an extensive summer tour, hitting cities in Illinois, California, Alaska and nearly everywhere in between.