Chase Rice is taking fans behind the scenes of the making of his latest album, I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell, with a new 10-part docuseries, out now.
The short films chronicle the two weeks spent crafting the project at Rice’s home-turned-studio with producer Oscar Charles. Rice and Charles turned his rural home into their 24/7 workspace, bringing in a live band to capture an authentic sound over the course of an immersive two-week session—all of which was captured on camera for fans to witness.
The episodes feature cameos by songwriters John Byron and Blake Pendergrass, plus artists Lee Brice, Boy Named Banjo, Read Southall, Elvie Shane, Hannah Dasher and more. The 10 installments, directed by Kaiser Cunningham, will air each Tuesday beginning with episodes one through three this week.
Rice is currently on his “Way Down Yonder Tour” and recently released his new single, “Bad Day To Be A Cold Beer,” which he wrote alongside Pendergrass, Byron, and Justin Thomas.
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