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Chase Rice Undergoes Surgery

  • 6:16 am Thursday, May 17th, 2018 by Staff Writer

Chase Rice has had a rough few days while he is on the mend from surgery. He had an injured pectoral muscle that had to be repaired. Rice took to Instagram after his surgery on Tuesday (5/15), updating fans. The video is below and he captioned it “Surgery a success, and got a final cut of the “Eyes On You” music video. Damn good day y’all. 🤘🏼” In the video, Rice shows off his arm sling and also goes into detail about how he would up inuring himself in the first place, saying he sustained the injury a couple weeks ago [More]

Country Artists That Tried Their Hand In Sports First, And Failed.

  • 6:02 am Friday, March 16th, 2018 by Staff Writer

As a country that is very focused on sports, we are thankful everyday to have fun games like football, baseball, hockey, etc, to watch and go to and participate in. But in this case we are thankful that these people did NOT succeed in them because now they are creating some of our favorite songs. There are several popular country artists who tried their hands at sports before pursuing careers in music. According to Saving Country Music, here are five of them:

Sam Hunt (Football). Hunt played as a quarterback in both high school and college and tried out for the Kansas [More]

Chase Rice Recalls A Huge Day In NASCAR History- The Day Dale Earnhardt Sr. Died

  • 6:19 am Thursday, February 15th, 2018 by Staff Writer

For NASCAR fans, Sunday (2/18) not only marks the day the annual Daytona 500 race gets underway but also the anniversary of when legendary driver Dale Earnhardt Sr. died in a crash at that very same race.

Chase Rice, being from North Florida near the east coast, he grew up a huge fan of NASCAR and the Daytona 500, and he recalls the day the man known as “The Intimidator” passed away: “I mean, I cried the day Dale Earnhardt died. I remember I went down to the barn where my dad and brothers were working and I said, ‘Ya’ll ain’t [More]

Chase Rice Announces Orlando Show!

  • 7:48 am Thursday, June 22nd, 2017 by Staff Writer

Chase Rice is headed back to Orlando! Mark it on your calendar, February 8th, 2018 at the House of Blues at Disney.

Tickets go on sale June 30th, 2017 at 10AM