Chase Rice addressed the controversy surrounding his weekend concert in East Tennessee where fans were packed in close together and there were no masks to be seen. He spoke to fans via video message on social media last night (Monday, June 29th) saying in part, “You guys are everything to me so your safety's a huge, huge priority,” however he didn't express any regret for playing the show or its risks for attendees. Chase said he plans to go ahead with his scheduled drive-in concert on Friday (July 3rd) in Ashland, KY.
Chris Young is releasing a new single called “If That Ain't God” on Friday (July 3rd). He shared the news on social media writing, “I posted a few clips of this song and you guys made sure to tell me how much you liked it, so I’m making it my next single and it will be available this Friday!”
Cam has signed with Nashville’s Triple Tigers Records, and plans to release her sophomore album out this fall. She will release a new single called “Classic” on July 17th. Triple Tigers Records is also home to Scotty McCreery and Russell Dickerson.
Kane Brown teamed up Grammy-nominated gospel singer Jonathan McReynolds to perform Kane's latest single, “Worldwide Beautiful,” and Jonathan's hit song “People,” during Sunday (June 28th) night's BET Awards. Their performance was filmed at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and marks a first for the BET Awards which has never had a performance from that venue feautured during its show.