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PHOTOS & REVIEW: Chase Rice & Ryan Kinder @ The Commodore Ballroom

Chase Rice Review - July 28 - The Commodore Ballroom. What an amazing stage show at the Commodore by Chase Rice and his band. As the lights went out, the place got dark and the crowd went crazy. Slowly the stage started flashing and the music staged beating as the band took their places on stage. Chase Rice cane running onto the stage singing "How She Rolls" as the band was Rockin it out hard. It was such a high energy show with a lot of crowd interaction and sing-a-longs. Early in the show, Chase talked about artists that have guided him through his singing journey and showed his appreciation by singing their songs like "Drunk on a Plane", "Drink in my Hand" and "American Kids". Not only is Chase a fantastic singer/performer, he's a great song writer. He helped write the HUGE Florida Georgia Line song "Cruise". Which he sang along with many other id his hits like "Gonna Wanna Tonight". Nearing the end of the night, Chase introduced his band mates by bringing them front and Centre one at a time to show off their incredible talents on their guitars and the drums and sang a song with each of them. Chase Rice's last song of the night was his first hit single "Ready Set Roll" and we all sang along. It was pretty cool after the show when Chase stayed in stage and shook hands and autographed the fans memorabilia. Overall, I must say this was one of THE BEST shows I've seen. Review: By Kelly Findlay Photos: By Sarah Diamond - 3 Guardians
Justin Ruscheinski
Justin Ruscheinski
Justin was born in Burnaby and now resides in Richmond. He was given his first camera at the age of 13 and has since turned his passion for photography into a career. His favorite part of being a photographer is helping people capture those precious moments.

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