Published on October 28th, 2016 | by soyouwrite0
Affable Country Artist Travis Rice Fishes Out His Next Single To Country Radio
Wrapping up a successful summer with his hit single Women, Water and Beer, country singer/songwriter Travis Rice releases fan loved favorite song on Monday, October 24, 2016 entitled, When the Fish Didn’t Bite.
What started off as simply incorporating over 100 photos of his loyal fans in a lyric video for the song this past June in honor of Father’s Day, has now turned into Rice switching plans and releasing it to country radio. “Social media blew up when we released the video,” shares Rice. “I received so many messages that I knew there was something special right there. I felt it deserved to be the next single.”
This song tells the tale of Rice’s childhood days spent with his father and the life lessons he learned from those fishing trips. “Those fishing trips were so much deeper than just spending time with him; he was teaching me how to live and how to be a man.” Life lessons that included: “Treat a women like a queen cause that’s just what she is,” “Learn to take your time son, this life it ain’t a race,” and “Remember where you come from, thank God for what you have,” to name a few.
Available on iTunes and other major online distributors, When the Fish Didn’t Bite was written by Rice and produced by Noah Henson (producer for Kane Brown’s EP Closer and guitarist for Brantley Gilbert). This reminiscent tune showcases a softer side to Rice and shows what’s to come first quarter of 2017.
About Travis Rice: With bold vocals and a rugged allure, this Tennessee native has come a long way from small town bars to the bright lights of Music City. He has shared the stage with the likes of Colt Ford, Craig Morgan, Randy Travis and Travis Tritt and also participated this year in his first ever CMA Music Festival in Nashville, signing autographs and meeting fans in the Fan Fair X exhibit hall. This baritone vocalist received great praise including earning the DisCovery Award from renowned music critic Robert K. Oermann and “…the next big male country star in country music” from Digital Journal. Rice’s confident baritone voice and winning stage presence have earned the adoration of country music fans for several years as he performs all around the country. “If you want to know who I am, just listen to my music. It’s a snapshot of what was happening in my life during that time.” With real emotion embedded in his songs, Rice is destined to remind fans and performers why we all love and connect with country music.