Chase Rice is sharing the recording process of his latest album I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell via a 10-part YouTube docuseries which debuted with the first three episodes last week; new episodes will be released each Tuesday.

The docuseries chronicles the two weeks spent in Rice’s home-turned-studio in the rural Nashville area with producer Oscar Charles, crafting the 13-song album (which was released in February). Rice and Charles turned his home into their 24/7 workspace, bringing in a live band to capture an authentic sound, all of which was captured on camera.  The docuseries also features cameos by fellow artists Lee Brice, Boy Named Banjo, Read Southall, Elvie Shane, and more.

Rice is currently on the road with his “Way Down Yonder Tour,” and also recently released his new single, “Bad Day To Be A Cold Beer.”

Chase Rice premieres 10-part album docuseries

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