#ReadySetRoll Still Riding High on the Charts for Chase Rice #CMchat

Chase Rice’s six-song digital EP continues to dominate iTunes downloads as No. 1 Digital Country Album
More than one week after its digital release, Chase Rice‘s smashing six-song EP Ready Set Roll remains at the top of iTunes download lists, sitting at No. 1 on the Digital Country Albums chart and maintaining a strong position in the Top 5 Country Albums, Top 10 New Albums and Top 20 Albums of all genres. The physical version of Ready Set Roll has yet to be released, with a highly-anticipated street date ofNovember 26. A stripped, acoustic version of “Jack Daniel’s And Jesus” will be included as a bonus track on the forthcoming physical album.
To download Ready Set Roll on iTunes, click here.
ALSO you can join Chase for a Country Music Chat this Monday 10/28 at 6pmPT/9pET!
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Rice, who gained recognition as a co-writer of Florida Georgia Line’s summer crossover hit “Cruise,” is also a co-writer on each of the EP’s songs. The album’s lead single “Ready Set Roll”peaked at No. 1 on the iTunes Country Songs chart in both the U.S. and Canada, racking up total sales of more than 48,000 in its first week.
With numerous sold-out shows already under his belt (including stops in Chicago, Ill.; Cleveland, Ohio; Philadelphia, Penn. and New York City), Rice is currently headlining Live Nation’s Ones To Watch – Ready Set Roll Tour. Upcoming dates include:
October 24 – The Forum Live – Macomb, Ill.
October 25 – Midnight Rodeo – Springfield, Mo.
October 26 – The Varsity Theater – Minneapolis, Minn.
November 1 – City Limits Saloon – Raleigh, N.C.
November 2 – Randolph Macon College – Ashland, Va.
November 7 – The Orange Peel – Asheville, N.C.
November 8 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, N.C.
November 9 – House of Blues – Orlando, Fla.
November 14 – Zydeco – Birmingham, Ala.
November 16 – Brothers Bar – Jacksonville, Ala.
November 21 – House of Blues – Houston, Texas
November 22 – House of Blues – New Orleans, La.
November 23 – House of Blues – Dallas, Texas
November 27 – House of Blues – San Diego, Calif.
November 29 – House of Blues – Anaheim, Calif.
November 30 – House of Blues – Los Angeles, Calif.
December 3 – Toby Keith’s: I Love This Bar – Folsom, Calif.
December 6 – Toby Keith’s: I Love This Bar – Tucson, Ariz.
December 13 – The Grizzly Rose – Denver, Colo.
For more information, please visit www.chaserice.com. Connect directly with Chase on Twitter @ChaseRiceMusic and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ChaseRiceMusic.

Upcoming #CMchat Schedule:

10/28 #CMchat with Chase Rice

11/4 #CMchat with Phil Vassar

11/11 #CMchat with Ronnie Dunn

11/18 #CMchat with Lee Greenwood

11/25 #CMchat with American Young

All times 6p PT/9p ET – Follow the feed at http://www.cmchatlive.com/chat/

For a complete schedule go to cmchatlive.com/upcoming

Author: Jessica Northey

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