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Chase Rice Goes Deep With 10-Part ‘I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell’ Docuseries

17 May 2023 | 12:03 pm | Ellie Robinson

“I never dreamed this would be this fun,” Rice says in one notable clip from the trailer.

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Chase Rice has premiered the first three episodes of a brand-new docuseries, where over the course of ten parts released weekly, he’ll take fans deep into the making of his new album I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell.

The Florida-based country-rocker – and former contestant of Survivor: Nicaragua – released his sixth full-length effort back in February, with singles including Key West & Colorado and Way Down Yonder. This new docuseries will explore the work that went into it, giving fans a candid look into Rice’s songwriting and recording process, as well as the stories behind the 13 songs featured on I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell.

All ten episodes of the documentary (which shares its title with the album itself) were directed by Kaiser Cunningham, and will be released weekly on Rice’s YouTube channel every Tuesday. To celebrate its launch, Rice has gone ahead and released the first three episodes today – you can take a look at those below, with a trailer for the full series also available here.

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I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell was particularly notable for how it came together: rather than make it in a traditional recording studio, Rice teamed up with producer Oscar Charles to make the entire record in his living room. They ate, slept and breathed the record 24/7 for two weeks straight, working with a live band (with no click track, either) in order to craft the rawest, most authentic sound possible. 

“I never dreamed this would be this fun,” Rice said in one notable clip from the docuseries’ trailer. “[It’s the] first house album I’ve ever done – this’ll never happen again, what’s happening. It’s an experience that I’ve never experienced and I never will again, and that’s something you’ve just got to live in.”

Elsewhere in the preview, Rice brought up how “Steve Jordan says it’s a right of passage to do a house record”, saying of the overall process he went through in making his own: “I don’t know how to explain the last two weeks – it’s been the craziest, coolest thing I’ve ever done, since I’ve worked in music.”