New Single “Bad Day To Be A Cold Beer” Climbs at Country Radio as Headlining Way Down Yonder Tour Continues
Episodes 1-9 of I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell Docuseries Available Now
With Final Installment Debuting Tuesday, June 6; Watch HERE
One of Country music’s few Diamond-certified songwriters, Chase Rice now has even more accolades to his name with his recent music video for “Way Down Yonder” earning recognition from both the Telly Awards and American Advertising Awards, while several of his fan-favorite songs have achieved new RIAA Platinum and multi-Platinum certifications.
The Telly Awards, known for honoring the best in video and television across all screens, have recognized the “Way Down Yonder” music video, directed by Kaiser Cunningham and produced by Twelve Midnight, with an impressive array of awards. Praised by CMT for its ability to “transport listeners to a 19-century saloon,” the single-take video earned the following accolades:
- Gold – Craft (Art Direction)
- Silver – General (Budget Under $100,000)
- Silver – Campaign (Promotional)
- Silver – General (Music)
- Bronze – Craft (Cinematography/Videography)
The American Advertising Awards, which recognize excellence in advertising and marketing communications, also recognized the music video filmed at the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District in their Fort Worth district category, making it eligible for the national competition. The video celebrating the historic Western way of life was acknowledged with the following ADDY honors:
- Gold – Branded Content & Entertainment Campaign
- Gold – Cinematography
- Gold – Music Video
In addition to making waves with his new music including “Way Down Yonder” and his current single, the summertime anthem “Bad Day To Be A Cold Beer,” Rice also continues to earn new hardware for previous hits, with two-week chart topper “Eyes On You” earning 3x Platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), top five hit “Ready Set Roll” being elevated to 2x Platinum status and fan-favorites “Ignite the Night,” “Gonna Wanna Tonight” and “Ride” earning Platinum certification.
Fans can hear these hits, as well as all of the songs off his critically acclaimed new album I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell live as Rice’s headlining Way Down Yonder Tour continues through July. Rice will also perform at various festivals including Gulf Coast Jam, CMA Fest (Spotify House), Country Stampede, Cheyenne Frontier Days, WE Fest and more in addition to visiting arenas across the U.S. later this year with Jelly Roll on the Backroad Baptism Tour and Old Dominion on the No Bad Vibes Tour.
Rice has also given fans a behind-the-scenes look at the making of his album with never-before-seen footage in a new 10-part docuseries premiering weekly via Rice’s YouTube channel. The short films chronicle the two weeks Rice spent crafting the album at his rural home-turned-studio alongside producer Oscar Charles. Episodes 1-9 are available to watch now HERE, with the final installment debuting next Tuesday, June 6.
For all the latest news on his music as well as upcoming tour dates, visit ChaseRice.com.