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Chase Rice Says the Coronavirus Pandemic is ‘Over’ As He Returns to Touring

Chase Rice is no longer worried about COVID-19. The singer, who was criticized last year by artists like Kelsea Ballerini and Mickey Guyton for having a live concert in the middle of the pandemic, recently spoke out about the challenges of being off of the road, and why he believes COVID-19 is no longer a concern. “It’s gonna take some time…

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Chase Rice Shares the Story Behind ‘Drinkin Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen.’ [EXCLUSIVE]

Chase Rice just released his ambitious The Album, which includes his current single, “Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen.” The song, which features Florida Georgia Line on the track, was written by Rice, along with Cale Dodds, Corey Crowder and Hunter Phelps, and immediately grabbed the attention of Brian Kelley, who offered to join Rice on the song. “It was…

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Chase Rice’s Friendship With Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley Goes Back to Little League

Florida Georgia Line and Chase Rice made history with “Cruise,” the duo’s first single, which was written by both Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, along with then-newcomer Chase Rice. The song became the best-selling digital song of all time, with sales in excess of 11 million copies, staying at the top of the charts for 24 weeks, a record-breaking…

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Chase Rice Speaks Out After Facing Criticism For Performing Live Show

Chase Rice is speaking out after he was criticized on social media by Kelsea Ballerini, Mickey Guyton and others, for performing a live show during the coronavirus pandemic. Chase posted a video and picture on his Instagram Stories, which seemed to indicate that fans were neither wearing facial masks nor practicing social distancing during his performance. “I just want…

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Kelsea Ballerini, Mickey Guyton Speak Out After Chase Rice Headlines Massive Concert During Coronavirus Pandemic

Chase Rice is drawing fire from several in the country music community, including Kelsea Ballerini and Mickey Guyton, after he headlined a large show over the weekend during the coronavirus pandemic, posting pictures that seemed to indicate a packed crowd that was neither wearing masks or social distancing. The singer posted a few photos on his Instagram Stories, which…

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