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Rice tours with "Lambs and Lions"

Monday, June 26, 2017 – Chase Rice will launch the Lambs and Lions Tour in September, which also will be the name of his new upcoming album.

The tour starts in mid-September in North Carolina and concludes in Atlanta in February.

Rice co-wrote Florida Georgia Line's megahit Diamond certified "Cruise" and his 2014 major label debut album, "Ignite the Night," opened at number one yielded two Top 5 hits with "Ready Set Roll" and "Gonna Wanna Tonight." Rice initially released "Ready Set Roll" through his own Dack Janiels label and later partnered with Columbia Nashville for a wider release.

Rice signed with BBR Music Group to release his new disc. Rice, 31, played football at the University of North Carolina, serving as a NASCAR pit crew member, had a role on a season of Survivor.

Tour dates are:
Sept. 14 Boone, N.C. | Appalachian State University*
Sept. 15 Raleigh, N.C. | The Ritz*
Sept. 16 Charlotte, N.C. | Coyote Joe's*
Sept. 21 Missoula, Mont. | Wilma Theater~
Sept. 22 Boise, Idaho | Knitting Factory~
Sept. 23 Idaho Falls, Idaho | Colonial Theater~
Sept. 28 Saint Paul, Minn. | The Myth^
Sept. 29 Rosemont, Ill. | Joe's Live^
Sept. 30 Chicago, Ill. | Joe's on Weed Street^ Nov. 2 Huntington, N.Y. | The Paramount+
Nov. 3 Cleveland, Ohio | House of Blues+
Nov. 9 Phoenix, Ariz. | The Van Buren
Nov. 17-18 Denver, Colo. | Grizzly Rose
Dec. 1 Glasgow, U.K. | King Tuts
Dec. 2 Manchester, U.K. | Deaf Institute
Dec. 4 Birmingham, U.K. | O2 Institute2
Dec. 5 London, U.K. | Borderline
Dec. 6 Dublin, Ireland | Whelans
Dec. 8 Maryville, Mo. | Northwest Missouri State University
Jan. 18 New York, N.Y. | Terminal 5#
Jan. 19 Boston, Mass. | House of Blues#
Jan. 20 Philadelphia, Pa. | The Filmore#
Jan. 25 St. Louis, Mo. | The Pageant*
Jan. 26 Milwaukee, Wis. | The Rave*
Jan. 27 Detroit, Mich. | The Fillmore*
Feb. 1 Norfolk, Va. | Norva Theatre*
Feb. 3 Pittsburgh, Pa. | Stage AE*
Feb. 8 Orlando, Fla. | House of Blues+
Feb. 9 Tampa, Fla. | The Ritz Ybor+
Feb. 10 Atlanta, Ga. | Buckhead Theatre+
* Travis Denning
^ Jacob Davis
# Brooke Eden
~ Filmore
+ Sam Riggs

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Concert Review: Kristofferson gives insight, but no easy answers – When they say music gets better with age, they're not always just talking about songs alone; sometimes they're also referring to the listener. When Kris Kristofferson sings, "Well, I woke up Sunday morning/With no way to hold my head that didn't hurt," to smartly open "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down," he... »»»
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