Chase Rice with Jimmie Allen
3rd and Lindsley
Tue, Apr 17 7:30 pm


Chase Rice: Fame often has a chilling effect on one’s psyche. However much as he’s done his entire life, when faced with a No. 1 major label debut album in 2014’s Ignite the Night, as well as a pair of Top 5 singles with the RIAA Platinum-certified “Ready Set Roll” and Gold- certified “Gonna Wanna Tonight,” Chase Rice turned his cheek and took the path less traveled. As he readily recounts, the country music maverick has only grown more self- aware, mature and grateful in the wake of his success. “I’m a different person in a lot of ways,” Rice says looking back at his younger self, who moved to Nashville following the sudden death of his father “having no clue what the hell I was doing,” wrote a batch of killer songs and went for broke in the country music industry. “I was searching,” Rice says. “I didn’t know who I was as an artist. But now, it’s a new me. It’s a whole new deal. Now I know exactly where I am in life.” He laughs. “Well, not exactly. But I’ve got a better idea, anyway.” Jimmie Allen: Jimmie Allen first grabbed fans' attention with "Blue Jean Baby," a breezy, nostalgic love song with the kind of sing-along chorus that would sound right at home on current country airwaves. That tune, which has racked up close to 900,000 streams on Spotify, is part of Allen's self-titled debut EP, which the Delaware-born country upstart released in October 2017. While "Blue Jean Baby" alone shows Allen ready for commercial success, the EP's remaining four tracks cement the young songwriter as one of pop country's most exciting new voices.-Rolling Stone

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