Lee Brice’s “I Don’t Dance” is incredibly beautiful on its own, but his performance of the song at the Opry takes it to a whole other level.
He leads into the song by telling the crowd, “Here’s a moment I get to tell my wife how much I love her.” If the performance that follows those words are any indication of Brice’s love, it would be defined by three words – powerful, passionate and mesmerizing.
Brice’s incredible vocals are the focal point throughout the song, while only an acoustic guitar keeps the rhythm. He builds to an ultimate climax at the end that shows his full range of exceptional talent. You’ll also catch him smiling here and there as he sings the tribute to his wife Sara.
Joining in with soft harmonies on the second chorus are his long-time pals Randy Houser and Jerrod Niemann. The three of them together truly make for a once-in-a-lifetime moment at the Opry.
You can hear Lee Brice on Jerrod Niemann’s latest single, “A Little More Love.” Brice will be kicking off the new year on the American Made Tour with Justin Moore. For a full list of tour dates, visit his official website.