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Lee Brice to Perform at Concert for Legends

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Lee Brice will join Maroon 5 for the Concert for Legends at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton on Sunday, August 5 at 8pm. The show closes out the Enshrinement Week at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Brice is not only an ACM Award winner with a long list of hits, but he is also a former walk on football player at Clemson University. In 1998 he was a long snapper on the team, but later that season suffered a career-ending arm injury. He then turned his focus to pursuing a career in music and later wrote “Orange Empire” which is the schools game day power anthem.

“Football, as much as music, was part of every one of my early memories as a kid,” Brice stated. “It taught me life lessons about being positive, working hard toward my goals, giving my best in everything I do, and being a team player. Because it made a life-difference for me, it’s nothing less than an honor to participate in this year’s concert for legends.”

Brice has had eight singles that are certified RIAA Gold or higher, including “Love Like Crazy,” “Drinking Class,” “I Don’t Dance,” “I Drive Your Truck,” and “Hard to Love.” His most recent album, the self-titled 15-song project, was released late last year and features his new single “Boy.”

In addition to his own material, Brice will perform a special rendition of the famous “Super Bowl Shuffle.” Bears Hall of Famers and Legends are expected to join in the performance of the iconic song that was recorded by the 1985 Bears players during their Super Bowl championship season.

The 2018 Enshrinement Week will kick off with the Hall of Fame Game featuring the Chicago Bears against the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday, Aug. 2 at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium. Then, the Class of 2018 – Bobby Beathard, Robert Brazile, Brian Dawkins, Jerry Kramer, Ray Lewis, Randy Moss, Terrell Owens and Brian Urlacher – will be honored at the Enshrinement Ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 4.

Concert for Legends tickets are $50-$275 on sale now and may be purchased at The Pro Football Hall of Fame website. For more information on the Enshrinement Week and Hall of Fame Game, go to www.profootballhof.com.

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