Chase Rice’s Country Music Career It was a dream that became a reality for him.
The singer’s journey to stardom began with a college football lifestyle and ended with making music. In an interview with Fox News Digital, Rice credits his work ethic for creating opportunities that have come throughout his life.
“I’ve lived a very blessed life, and a lot of things — some things — just get in my way, which is awesome,” he told Fox News Digital. “At the end of the day, I’ve worked too hard for the many successes that come my way.”
The “Lonely If You Are” singer enjoyed a college football career And he was expected to enter the NFL before he was injured.
Rice was taken to NASCAR And Hendricks ended up working for Motorsports in what he called an “incredible opportunity” that fell on his lap through an affair with a coach at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
After his time as a pit crew member, Rice found himself on “Survivor: Nicaragua”. He took the opportunity “just for the thrill”, but it propelled him on his journey to become a musician.
“I wanted adventure, and that was cool,” he told Fox News Digital. “But it also helped me get money… to move to nashville And start writing songs.”
“At the end of the day, I’ve worked too hard for the many successes that come my way.”
“That was my dream and being on an island for 40 days, not having much to do, gives you a lot of time to think,” he continued. “That was when I really realized that I wanted to pursue this dream. It is a dream that was far from reality and somehow became reality.”
While writing music, Rice has also found time to partner with and work with Coors Banquet Wildland Firefighter Foundation Through the campaign “Protect our defenders”. The singer said the occasion happened “naturally” and was an “eye-opening” experience for her.
Rice went through two different types of firefighting training to better understand what the defenders do. In one training, he helped firefighters prevent wildfires.
“The fire spreads so fast that you can understand how many lives are lost each year, just how dry it is here and how dangerous that job really is.”
“The fires spread so fast that you can understand how many lives are lost each year, how much drought is here and how dangerous this job really is,” Rice told Fox News Digital. “It really can’t make sense unless you’re fighting fire with them.”
16, firefighters will benefit from Coors Banquet purchases, which include limited-edition stubby bottles with “Protect Our Protectors” packaging online and in store.
On top of his work with Dan, Rice is gearing up to release new music. singer Dropped “Key West End Colorado” July 29 and a new album is about to be released.
country music crooner described the new music as ,completely different” from what he has done before.
“I just wanted to go back to me and a guitar because I think it’s what I’m best at. And so we just wrote all these songs on acoustic guitar,” Rice said.
Instead of writing songs in Nashville, Rice wrote music in Montana, Arizona, Alabama and Florida.
,out west That’s where my heart has always been,” Rice said. “I’d say it goes Western.”