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Brice Long Backstage Nashville hit songwriter

Songs written by Brice Long include:

  • "Nothing On But The Radio" - Gary Allan

  • "Heartache On The Dance Floor" - Jon Pardi

  • "Anything Goes" - Randy Houser

  • "Today" - Gary Allan

  • "Like A Cowboy" - Randy Houser

  • "All-American Kid" - Garth Brooks

  • "Honky Tonk Time Machine" - George Strait

  • "What I Can't Put Down" - Jon Pardi

  • "Let's Don't Call It A Night" - Casey James

  • "High Time" - Randy Houser

  • "Some Nights" - George Strait

  • "Where Cowboys Are King" - Cody Johnson

About Brice Long:

Brice Long moved to Nashville permanently in 1993 after finishing college at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN.  Brice landed his first paid songwriting job at Starstruck Publishing Company owned by Reba McEntire and later signed a record deal with RCA Records.


Brice had his first hit as a songwriter when Gary Allan’s “Nothing On But the Radio” reached #1 on the Billboard charts. The song won an ASCAP Award for being among the most performed country songs of 2005.


He has the current Jon Pardi single “Heartache On The Dance Floor”. As well as radio hits with Randy Houser’s, “Anything Goes”, “Today” from Gary Allan, Casey James’ “Let’s Don’t Call It A Night” and Jon Pardi, “What I Can’t Put Down”.


Brice’s most recent chart topping hit was with Randy Houser’s “Like A Cowboy”.  The song was nominated for CMA - Song of the Year and earned its RIAA Gold certification for more than 500,000 sales and on-demand stream units.


Garth Brooks included Brice’s song “All-American Kid” on his comeback album Man Against Machine. It was capped with a memorable performance by Garth of the song on the 50th annual Academy of Country Music Awards.


Brice is currently signed to Word Music Publishing.  He’s had cuts with Garth Brooks, Hank Williams Jr,

George Strait, Randy Houser, Josh Turner, Reba McEntire, Gary Allan, Chris Young, Darryl Worley, Tracy Byrd, Steve Holy, Randy Travis, Craig Campbell, Jon Pardi, The Grascals, Casey James, Gretchen Wilson, Moe Bandy, John Michael Montgomery, Porter Wagoner and more. 


Brice Long is a native of Hopkinsville, KY.  He continues to play and sing.  His self-titled album is available on iTunes or wherever digital music is streamed and sold.​

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