Lee Brice Celebrates Major Milestone with “I Don’t Dance”

Congratulations are in order for Curb recording artist Lee Brice. The song he penned (with Rob Hatch and Dallas Davidson) for his wife, Sara, as a wedding day surprise has become the anthem for many couples’ receptions. In fact, “I Don’t Dance” has been so widely received that the single has now officially been declared double platinum by the RIAA for selling over two million copies.

Congratulations to Brice, Hatch, and Davidson on this accomplishment. Let’s travel back to 2014 and re-live the first moment we heard this song by watching the video below.

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