With his new music video for “Everybody We Know Does,” Chase Rice isn’t just giving fans a glimpse into his world away from the lights and the noise and the stage – he’s busting the doors wide open and inviting everyone in to be a part of it. Rice, who shared the video directly with fans 24 hours ahead of its worldwide premiere via Vevo today, September 23, says his current single is “one-hundred-percent me” and embodies the lifestyle and values he holds most dear. He solicited his own friends and family for the candid music video shoot at his property on the outskirts of Music City, tapping his longtime tour videographer Cody Cannon to capture the authentic spirit of “Everybody We Know Does” on camera.
“This music video is as real as it gets,” said Rice. “’Everybody We Know Does’ is my life in a song — it’s not just about what we do; it’s about what makes us who we are and what brings us together and we wanted to capture that in the purest way possible with this video. It’s literally my friends and me hanging out at the farm, gathering around a fire, singing our favorite songs and trying to make the most out of life. Whether we’re on the road, performing for thousands of people or just kicking back at home, this is who we are.”
Rice is currently on his fifth headlining tour, the Everybody We Know Does Tour, with special guests Ryan Hurd and Lacy Cavalier. Known for live shows that are “energetic and country rogue” (Providence Journal), Rice has built a widespread and fiercely loyal fan base through years of relentless touring and will have logged more than 175 days on the road in 2016 alone by the time his fall tour winds down. His new single is already making a “powerful live impact” (Sounds Like Nashville) at shows and a new studio album is expected out early next year.
Watch the new music video for “Everybody We Know Does” at smarturl.it/EWKDVid
Friday, Sept. 23 – Macon City Auditorium – Macon, Ga.
Saturday, Sept. 24 – Township Auditorium – Columbia, S.C.
Thursday, Sept. 29 – Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort and Casino – Mescalero, N.M.
Friday, Sept. 30 – Pepsi Amphitheater – Flagstaff, Ariz.
Saturday, Oct. 1 – Cottonwood Park – Parachute, Colo.
Tuesday, Oct. 4 – Clearwater Casino Resort – Seattle, Wash.
Thursday, Oct. 6 – Deadwood Mountain Grand – Deadwood, S.D.
Friday, Oct. 7 – Bluestem Amphitheater – Moorhead, Minn.
Saturday, Oct. 8 – Minot City Auditorium – Minot, N.D.
Thursday, Oct. 13 – Al Bedoo Shrine Auditorium – Billings, Mont.
Friday, Oct. 14 – The Wilma – Missoula, Mont.
Saturday, Oct. 15 – Toyota Center – Kennewick, Wash.
Tuesday, Oct. 18 – St. Jude Jam – Denver, Colo.
Thursday, Oct. 20 – The Paramount – Huntington, N.Y.
Friday, Oct. 21 – Magic City Music Hall – Binghamton, N.Y.
Saturday, Oct. 22 – Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom – Hampton Beach, N.H.
Thursday, Oct. 27 – WZZK Presents: Chase Rice Free Concert at Cajun Steamer Birmingham, Ala.
Friday, Nov. 4 – John T. Floore Country Store – Helotes, Texas
Saturday, Nov. 5 – Nutty Brown Café – Austin, Texas
Wednesday, Nov. 9 – Stars and Strings – Chicago, Ill.
Friday, Nov. 11 – Goodyear Theater – Akron, Ohio
Thursday, Nov. 17 – EXPRESS LIVE! – Columbus, Ohio
Friday, Nov. 18 – Five Flags Center – Dubuque, Iowa
Saturday, Nov. 19 – The District – Sioux Falls, S.D.
Thursday, Dec. 1 – Central National Bank Center – Enid, Okla.
Friday, Dec. 2 – Sokol Auditorium – Omaha, Neb.
Saturday, Dec. 3 – The Cotillion Ballroom – Wichita, Kan.
Monday, Dec. 5 – The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan – Las Vegas, Nev.
Thursday, Dec. 8 – Shrine Mosque Auditorium – Springfield, Mo.
Friday, Dec. 9 – Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie – Grand Prairie, Texas