Chase Rice has shared a reimagined version of The Album. Following the project's release in May, Chase has transformed each of the 15 songs into acoustic renditions after reconnecting with his acoustic guitar while being off the road during the COVID-19 pandemic. “As we all slowed down this year, I... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Baby food brand Beech-Nut Nutrition this week announced a voluntary recall of one of its baby food products and said it would stop making the product due to arsenic levels found in some test samples. The company on Tuesday issued a voluntary... Read More.
On Friday, Chase Rice takes what he agrees is a "victory lap," as he completes The Album cycle that was nearly a year-and-a-half in the making. Part I of the record came out in January 2020, featuring his hit, "Lonely If You Are." Then, the whole world changed with the... Read More.
Chase Rice is releasing The Album on May 28. The project will combine The Album Part I and The Album Part II, both released in 2020. The Album includes all 11 songs from the two previous installments, including the top-10 hit "Lonely If You Are," and his collaboration with Florida Georgia Line on “Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God.... Read More.
By AVERI HARPER, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- In an interview with the hosts of ABC’s The View on Wednesday, Susan Rice, former national security adviser to Barack Obama and potential vice presidential pick for Joe Biden, slammed President Donald Trump’s... Read More.
By AVERI HARPER, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- In an interview with the hosts of ABC’s The View, Susan Rice, former national security adviser to Barack Obama, blamed President Donald Trump for the surging number of deaths related to COVID-19.
Chase Rice is responding to the backlash he received over the weekend for his recent live show. Saturday night, Chase performed for a crowd of around 1,000 people at the Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary, a former prison in East Tennessee that has been converted... Read More.
Chase Rice and Chris Janson both got to do what they love most this past weekend: play live music in front of their fans. They've paid something of a price for it though, catching criticism for performing for crowds of people when proper social distancing didn't... Read More.
As COVID-19 cases continue to climb in the U.S., country singer Chase Rice was condemned for playing a Saturday concert -- the official kickoff of his tour -- where he entertained a packed crowd that largely ignored social distancing guidelines. Rice performed for an estimated 4,000 people. A video, which he filmed, shows swarm of... Read More.