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Birth name  William Brice Long
Name  Brice Long
Occupation(s)  Singer-songwriter
Role  Singer-songwriter

Instruments  Vocals
Genres  Country
Years active  1996–present
Albums  Brice Long
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Born  August 25, 1971 (age 44) Hopkinsville, Kentucky, USA (1971-08-25)
Associated acts  Gary Allan, Chris Cagle, Randy Houser
Education  Middle Tennessee State University
Record labels  Columbia Records, RCA Records
Similar People  Randy Houser, Byron Hill, Terry McBride, Tommy Lee James, Jon Pardi

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William Brice Long (born August 25, 1971) is an American country music singer-songwriter. Signed to Columbia Records in 2005, Long charted one single on the Billboard country chart that year: "Anywhere but Here", which was also released by Chris Cagle a year later. In addition, Long co-wrote Gary Allan's 2004 Number One single "Nothing On but the Radio" and Randy Houser's singles "Anything Goes" and "Like a Cowboy".


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Brice Long was born and raised in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. In the 1990s, he pursued a career in the rodeo, until his father persuaded him to pursue musical goals instead. For the next several years, Long toured as an opening act for other artists, including Eddie Rabbitt. Rabbitt's manager persuaded Long to move to Nashville, Tennessee; he did so in 1993, after graduating from Middle Tennessee State University.

Three years later, he was signed to a songwriting contract at the publishing division of Reba McEntire's Starstruck Entertainment Company. While in internship, Long was roommates with Darryl Worley, who later achieved success as a singer-songwriter himself. Long eventually had some of his songs recorded by Randy Travis, Josh Turner, and John Michael Montgomery. Additionally, Long sang harmony vocals on Gary Allan's 1999 single "Smoke Rings in the Dark". In 2004, Allan also reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart with "Nothing On but the Radio", a song co-written by Long.

In 2005, Long was signed to Columbia Records. His debut single, "It's Only Monday", was released but did not chart. "Anywhere but Here", his second single, peaked at No. 51 on Hot Country Songs. (The song was later recorded by Chris Cagle, whose version peaked at No. 52 a year later.) Long also issued a third single, entitled "Meat and Potato Man".

Long performed at the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 2006. He also co-wrote Randy Houser's 2008 single "Anything Goes", Allan's 2009 single "Today" and Houser's 2014 single "Like a Cowboy".


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