Jacob Rice, a country artist from Nashville, is scheduled to release his latest EP, "Open Tabs At Empty Bars," on May 19, followed by a deluxe edition with an additional eight tracks in mid-summer.
This upcoming EP demonstrates Rice’s remarkable development as a songwriter and artist since his debut album, “Whatever Floats Your Boat.”
With style influenced by Old Dominion, Train, and Billy Currington, Rice’s music features catchy melodies and lyrics, making it irresistible to any music fan.
His impressive track record includes awards like “Rising Talent” from the famous Bluebird Cafe, regular appearances on shows and events, and “Artist To Watch” from The Listening Room Cafe, another big name in Nashville, and appearances with the Tennessee Department of Tourism.
Rice demonstrates his versatility as an artist on “Open Tabs At Empty Bars” with catchy and cheerful tracks such as “Picture This,” a collaboration with Justin Klump that transports listeners to a carefree day at the boardwalk, and “5 O’Clock Shadow,” a summer anthem. The EP also includes the reflective song “Hurt People,” which addresses heartbreak in an authentic and empowering manner.
Rice has teamed up with his friend and the producer of his debut EP, James Sinclair-Stott, to improve their previous success and create a superior endeavor. Rice intends to provide his increasing fanbase with the ideal summertime soundtrack with his upcoming EP.
Check out Jacob Rice’s website for more information about the EP release and his other musical projects.