Diamond-certified songwriter Chase Rice brought his album I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell to a sold-out Ryman Auditorium last night (April 11), playing all 13 songs off the new project along with his decade-plus catalog of fan-favorites and chart-topping hits.
In addition to sharing an unreleased song, “Church,” the first he’s written since releasing the new project, Rice was joined onstage for album track “Oklahoma” by surprise guest Read Southall, who also appears alongside him on the recorded version of the song. He also invited a special guest onstage for the poignant “Bench Seat,” as Rice’s beloved dog Jack appeared to the delight of fans for his performance of the powerful song about the companionship a dog can offer.
Rice will continues his “Way Down Yonder Tour” throughout the summer.
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