Country artist Chase Rice is showing off his recent hunting trip. It includes a little “Pups, Carolina Boys and country music.”
Rice seems like every country song put into one with his love for whiskey, beer, hunting, fishing, and driving a pick-up.
In the past, Rice has posted his escapades on social media. For example, the singer has shared his adventures in Montana where he goes fishing and crossbow hunting.
While the singer has been spending a lot of time out in the open fields, he has also been putting on performances for his fans.
Chase Rice Entertaining Fans
For example, Rice received a lot of backlash over a concert event in June where none of the fans was social distancing or wearing facial coverings.
He addressed the event and has since changed his performances to be drive-ins. It’s clear he has a priority of entertaining his fans.
“You guys are everything to me so your safety is a huge huge priority. So moving forward I have a show in Ashland, Kentucky, on Friday, and it’s a drive-in show. Take your trucks, take your cars, you have your own space. Sing the songs, but stay in your own space, stay with the people you came with,” Rice said, according to an article from Today.
However, some fans still felt that Rice never really flat-out apologized for the thousand-guest event at Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary.
“I love you Chase, but you didn’t apologize. If your fans safety came first, you’d reschedule. Covid isn’t a matter of opinion, it’s a dangerous thing. You put lives in jeopardy. It’s selfish,” one commentator said.
When Rice isn’t out with the dogs and boys, he’s busy making music. This year he released “The Album, Pt. 1.” He also has a duet with Florida Georgia Line called “Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen.”