Lee Brice's wife Sara Reeveley has loved the vocalist since she was a teenager. He married Sara Reeveley, his lifelong love, on April 21, 2013.
In 2008, the couple welcomed their son Takoda shortly after their wedding, son Ryker. In an interview with Brice in 2011, he admitted to The Boot that "we met in a storybook way."
Furthermore, he said, "when I visited North Myrtle Beach on vacation, I was out for a nighttime stroll. I was seeking girls when I was around 18 years old, along with a few of my friends.
He added, "nobody was on the beach because it was raining and dark, so when this girl walks by wearing an oversized sweatshirt, you can't determine whether or not she is pretty. The light hit her just as she walked by, and I thought, "She's gorgeous.
Who Is Lee Brice's Wife Sara Reeveley?
Lee Brice wife Sara Nanette Reeveley was his long-term girlfriend, and they married in 2013.
They are fortunate parents of three children Takoda Brice (born in 2008), Ryker Mobley Brice (born in 2013), and Trulee Nanette Brice.
The children's godfather is Michael Cericola. Reeveley appears on the Hard 2 Love song "See About a Girl."
On November 8, 2020, Brice revealed that he had tested positive for COVID-19 when the pandemic was still occurring but had no symptoms.
As a result, Charles Kelley of Lady A joined Carly Pearce onstage for their performance of their single, "I Hope You're Happy Now," at the 54th CMA Awards.
Lee is the son of Kenneth Mobley Brice, Sr., and Carleen Brice. He was born in Sumter, South Carolina, on June 10, 1979.
Lee's younger brother Lewis participated in Can You Duet's inaugural season on Country Music Television. Lee composed songs sang in church, and played the piano and guitar as a child.
Lee Brice Net Worth-How Rich Is Nashville Vocalist?
Lee Brice net worth is estimated at $6 million. He is a country musician and performs all around the world. Lee began singing and playing the piano in church.
He was born in Sumter, South Carolina. While still in primary school, he started writing his songs and learning how to play the guitar.
Brice was a strong athlete who later attended Clemson College on a football scholarship. Still, after an accident ended his professional football dreams, he changed his focus to music.
He started writing songs in 2007 and became well-known after contributing to "More Than a Memory" by Garth Brooks.
On the Billboard Country charts, the song made history the first country song to ever debut at the top.
Later, he joined Mercury Records and started releasing his popular songs. Since then, he has released two well-received solo albums, "Love Like Crazy" (2010) and "Hard 2 Love" (2012).