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PRYOR & LEE DIGITALLY RELEASE TWO NEW SONGS Celebrating Life, Love, and Resilience, "Good Ol' Dogs and God" and "Carry On" Are Available Now New Lyric Video Features Charismatic Canines and Timeless Loyalty NASHVILLE, Tenn. – While Pryor & Lee may be known for rowdy live shows and music that celebrates the lighter side of the country music lifestyle, the duo digs a little deeper into storytelling with the release of "Good Ol' Dogs and God" and "Carry On." Digitally available to stream and download both songs here, "Good Ol' Dogs and God" is also playing on top playlists, including Apple Music (New In Country), Amazon Music (Breakthrough Country), and Spotify (New Music Nashville). "Good Ol' Dogs and God" celebrates that unspeakable, unshakeable bond we share with "man's best friend" and with our Creator. A bond that is on full display in the tear-jerking lyric video comprised of fan-submitted home photos and videos honoring their four-legged family members alongside the Black River duo's "baby girls," Winnie, Whiskey, and Remy. "Our dogs mean the absolute world to us," said Lee. "After being on the road or just being gone for a few hours writing a song, there is nothing like coming home to our best four-legged friends." Baird adds, "They have gotten us through so many hard times over the years and are always there to enjoy the great ones with us as well. We are so grateful to our family, friends, and fans for submitting pictures and videos of them with their dogs as we celebrate our dogs together through this special song." "Carry On" reminds us that everyone has a story unique to them and invites listeners to take advantage of the time we have to learn those stories. The chorus offers a recipe to live a full life, write one's own story, and keep on carrying on. Celebrating the craft of storytelling in country music, these songs were penned by veteran songwriters with countless hits under their belts, and new songwriters whose journeys are just beginning. Both tracks were produced by the award-winning hit songwriter and producer, Doug Johnson. "Good Ol' Dogs and God" - Written by Doug Johnson ("Love Like Crazy" recorded by Lee Brice), BBR Recording artist, Elvie Shane (“My Boy”), Adam Wood ("Hey World" recorded by Lee Brice), and the first cut for Trent Fisher. "Carry On" - Written by Jessi Alexander ("I Drive Your Truck" recorded by Lee Brice), Matt Jenkins ("Cop Car" recorded by Keith Urban), and Chase McGill ("Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset" recorded by Luke Bryan). Despite the world-wide pause of 2020, Pryor & Lee released their debut single “Y’allsome,” and played at multiple NASCAR races, including kicking off the Daytona 500 with a pre-race concert and later performing the televised National Anthem at the NASCAR Bank of America ROVAL™ 400 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. For more information and upcoming tour dates, please visit www.pryorandlee.com and follow them on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and yes, TikTok. Upcoming Tour Dates 04/01/21 - Jupiter, FL - Abacoa Town Center Amphitheater - Travis Tritt live in Jupiter 04/02/21 - Ormond Beach, FL - Destination Daytona Pavilion - Travis Tritt live in Ormond Beach 04/03/21 - Cocoa, FL - Cocoa Riverfront Park - Cocoa Rotary Presents Travis Tritt live in Cocoa 05/07/21 - Fort Myers, FL - The Ranch Concert Hall & Saloon - Pryor & Lee 06/06/21 - New Braunfels, TX - WhiteWater Amphitheater - Pryor & Lee ABOUT PRYOR & LEE Black River Entertainment recording artists Pryor Baird and Kaleb Lee are the epitomai of how sometimes, two is better than one. This unexpected discovery came after they were brought together as roommates while competing as solo artists on NBC's singing competition, The Voice. In January of 2020, Black River signed the duo, and the guys decided on the name "Pryor & Lee." Then it was off to the races, literally. "Pryor & Lee" kicked off the Daytona 500 with a pre-race concert and later performed the televised National Anthem at the NASCAR Bank of America ROVAL™ 400 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. American Songwriter said, "Pryor & Lee bring some overdue rowdy to country radio" as they released their first single, "Y'allsome," written by Rhett Akins, Marv Green, and JT Harding. After 2020 closed in on everyone, the guys rounded out a mostly virtual radio promo tour, appeared in an episode of NBCUniversal and Xfinity's Camp Tonsafun, wrote and recorded new music, played a New Year's Eve show to an audience made up of hotel balconies. With a new year comes new music, and on March 26, fans will get two new songs from Pryor & Lee with the release of "Good Ol' Dogs and God" and "Carry On." 2020 was their caution lap. Wait 'till you see what happens when these guys are let loose in 2021! ###