Chase Rice: Playing For Troops Was 'One Of The Greatest Honors Of My Life'

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Chase Rice shared that he celebrated the Fourth of July in the perfect way... The country singer-songwriter and reality TV show alum posted a photo on his social media channels from a beach in Hawaii, donning a lei around his neck as he marked “one of the greatest honors of my life.” He wrote in a heartfelt caption:

“Just wanna say I love y’all from Hawaii. Thanks for this awesome ride y’all got me on. Headed now to play a show for our troops on Pearl Harbor here in a couple hours. One of the greatest honors of my life🙏🏻 Everyone have a happy 4th🇺🇸”

Rice’s post prompted supportive and grateful comments, including: “Looking great and relaxed. Enjoy yourself. And thanks for making our troops smile and happy with your music,” “❤️❤️ happy 4th 🇺🇸 mahalo for showing our island some love,” “What an honor for sure, ❤️” and “The fact that you are playing for the troops!!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥,” to name a few. The “If I Were Rock & Roll” singer ventured to the island for the holiday shortly after attending the 2nd annual NASCAR Cup Series Ally 400 in Nashville, Tennessee (where he brought his beloved dog, Jack). See Rice’s Fourth of July photo in Hawaii here: