Rice goes behind the scenes of new CD
Tuesday, May 16, 2023 – Chase Rice is taking fans behind the scenes of the making of his fourth studio album, "I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell," with a 10-part docuseries debuting today.
Rice released the 13-song disc in Feburary.
Building on living room songwriting sessions centered around just his acoustic guitar, Rice took the same approach into the recording process with producer Oscar Charles. Forgoing a traditional studio, Rice and Charles turned his rural home into their around-the-clock workspace, bringing in a live band with no click track over two weeks.
With episodes directed by Kaiser Cunningham releasing in installments each Tuesday – beginning with episodes one through three today.
With all 13 songs on the album featured in the setlist on his Way Down Yonder Tour, Rice has also released "Bad Day To Be A Cold Beer" as the lead single.
More news for Chase Rice
- 01/04/23: Rice proclaims "I Hate Cowboys" this Friday
- 12/12/22: Rice goes Way Down Yonder on tour
- 11/18/22: Rice goes back to roots with upocming CD
- 01/04/22: Rice proclaims "I Hate Cowboys" this Friday
- 10/04/21: Rice considers "Rock & Roll"
- 06/22/21: Rice goes the acoustic route for "The Album"
- 05/28/21: Rice produces "The Album," McBryde "Never Will"
- 05/18/21: Rice offers "The Album"
CD reviews for Chase Rice
If you think you Chase Rice's "The Album" sounds familiar, that's because it was released earlier as two EPs. Aptly titled "The Album Part 1 and Part 2," he marries those 11 songs with three new songs and a collaboration with Florida Georgia Line. He showcases his songwriting skills with credits on nine tracks. The sum total feels like it was borne from the contemporary country playbook. Young love is in the air on unsubtly titled numbers like" Bedroom" ...
Chase Rice has embraced Nashville's new business model of releasing music more frequently. Rice's EP "The Album Part II" will combine with the surprise seven-song January release of "Part I." Rice said, "The Album Part II only has four songs, so it's really easy for people to go check out all four songs. They're all very different." The issue with incrementally releasing music, especially in the EP format, is a lack of cohesion. ...
Is there anybody in country music better prepared than Chase Rice to write their autobiography? In other walks of life, he's been a D1 college football player, a pit crew member of an elite NASCAR team and a runner-up on TV's "Survivor." Honorable mention should go to the fact he had a hand in writing Florida Georgia Line's "Cruise," a little ditty that spent close to a half-year at number one. In his day job as a fairly seasoned musical artist, Rice starts ...
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