Just two years later, Rice would co-write the Florida Georgia Line mega-hit “Cruise,” launching a music career that now appears to have no limits. A #1 album followed in 2013, proving Rice to be one of country music’s most exciting figures while his energetic live shows helped build a loyal fan base that seemed to never get enough of him.
Now, with four albums under his belt, including 2017’s Lambs and Lions, Rice brings that live show to The Clyde Theatre for a party no one in attendance will likely soon forget. Armed with hits like “Ready Set Roll,” “Three Chords and The Truth” and “Gonna Wanna Tonight,” Rice can rock the house and keep the energy at maximum party level with the best of them. If you don’t mind your country mixed with a bit of rock and a splash of hip-hop, then this show is going to be one for you.
Opening the show is up-and-comer Brandon Ray. A former guitar player in Bret Eldredge’s band, Ray was recently named Bobby Bones’ Spotlight Artist of the Week and is receiving radio play with his singles “Small Talkin’” and “Bring Your Love Back.”
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