Chase Rice Tour Schedule
Chase Rice has been setting the country music world on fire since he first burst onto
the scene in 2010. Reality TV fans may recognize Chase from when he was a contestant on Survivor: Nicaragua, but he has long
since made a name for himself as one of the hottest up and coming country acts in the world. AS he continues to record new
albums, release hit singles, and tour constantly, Chase Rice is only cementing his place as a bona fide country music superstar.
If you have heard Chase's music, you need to check out his live show because one of the things that makes Chase Rice unique
in the country world is that he uses his live performances to inform the sound on his recordings and strives to capture the
power of his live songs on record.
Chase Rice has two Michigan shows lined up in early February, on the 6th at the Machine
Shop in Flint and two days later on the 8th at Intersection in Grand Rapids. Michigan fans really appreciate their country
music and are sure to make both of these shows memorable. Speaking of memorable, if you are looking to spend an unforgettable
Valentine's Day with that special someone you could do no better than securing tickets to Chase Rice's February 14th show
at House of Blues in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Wherever you are, keep checking back on StubHub for updates to all of Chase
Rice's tour dates.
About the Artist
While attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chase
Rice began playing guitar and soon began making his won country songs after remembering some advice that his father had given
him which claimed that nobody listens to someone play guitar unless they are singing. He released his first EP, Country as
Me, in 2011 which featured the single Buzz Back. he following year, in 2012, Chase Rice released his debut full length, Road
Communion. During its debut week Road Communion was the sixth most downloaded album on iTunes and it reached number 48 on
Billboard's country charts. 2013 saw Chase Rice release another EP on Dack Janiels Records, Ready Set Roll which also scored
big on iTunes. He continues his rise to the top of the heap in the country world, constantly touring and writing new songs,
perfecting the songs on the road before he heads into the studio to record them. Chase Rice prefers to debut his songs live
and let his fans get a sense of how he feels they are meant to sound and then go into the studio to try to recapture the live
After Chase Rice's full length debut, Road Communion, debuted at number 48 on the
Billboard Country Chart he was well on his way to becoming a household name in the country music world. The success of the
album led to Chase Rice being signed with Creative Artist Agency and he soon was teamed up to co-write the song Cruise for
Florida Georgia Line which hit number one on Billboard's Hot Country Chart. After all of this success, by the time Chase Rice's
2013 EP Ready Set Roll was released it was able to reach number one on the iTunes country charts.
it has been months, or even years, that you have been hoping and waiting to finally have the chance to see Chase Rice performing
live. Maybe you even became a big fan of him on Survivor before you even knew he was a country music star. Either way, finally
you are in the concert hall and the lights go down as the superstar and his supporting band make their way on stage. They
begin playing the opening notes to a song off of any one of his hit recordings, Ready Set Roll, Country as Me, or Road Communion.
As the night goes on the crowd is worked into a frenzy and spends the whole evening singing and dancing along. Country music
concerts are some of the best and most energetic in the business and when it's a concert by a legitimate star like Chase Rice
the electricity in the air is even more palpable. This is one act you do not want to miss.
Rice finished second on Survivor:Nicaragua, and was chosen as a cast member after a friend of his was able to get a copy of
his audition tape to a CBS executive. He later debuted the song Buzz Back on the cast reunion show for Survivor: Nicaragua
but claims that being on the show, while it was a great experience and life lesson, was not what helped him gain notoriety
as a country musician. Chase Rice was born and raised on a farm in Asheville, North Carolina and later attended the University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he was a linebacker on the Tar Heels football team.