Hot country artist Travis Rice is pulling out a fan-favorite song from two years ago in honor of all the fathers to celebrate Father’s Day this Sunday.
“When The Fish Didn’t Bite” is a nostalgic tune that is relatable for every father and son out there. This song tells the tales of Rice’s childhood days spent with his father and the life lessons he learned from all those fishing trips.
This song tells the tales of Rice’s childhood days spent with his father and the life lessons he learned from all those fishing trips.“These trips with my father were so much deeper than just spending time with him,” says Rice. “He was teaching me how to live and gave me life lessons on how to be a man.” These life lessons include“treat a woman like a queen, cause that’s just what she is,” “always put God first and the rest falls into place,” “never be afraid to tell someone just what they really mean” and “learn to take your time son, this life it ain’t a race.”
Rice decided to recruit his loyal fans to star in a lyric video, where he received an overwhelming amount of photos. Due to this response, he created an extended video to be sure he incorporated everyone. The video casts kids of all ages spending the day fishing with their family and can be seen below.
Rice, who just wrapped up a successful CMA Music Festival performing on various stages and signing autographs at both the Visit Music City and Nashville Universe booth, is back with his latest single Always Have Mexico, a story of an extraordinary vacation romance which is available on iTunes, Spotify and all digital retailers.
About Travis Rice: After being named one of the “Top 10 Sexy Men of Nashville,” this baritone vocalist has lived up to his reputation. Showing his sultry side with Don’t Waste The Rain, Rice received critical praise from radio stations, notably: “That’s some good country music right there,” “It’ll give the majors a run for the money,” “What a sweet, sexy and talented guy he is,” and “He has the voice that people are looking for.” This song, which also accompanies a music video that has over 230k views, also climbed The Fan Voted Chart all the way to #3, competing as the only independent artist in the Top 5 during that time. Rice has also received critical acclaim from his haunting 2017 single, Sinking Ship, which was described as “heart wrenching” and an “emotional masterpiece.”
With bold vocals and a rugged allure, this Tennessee native is gearing up for CMA Music Festival in Nashville with performances and autograph signings throughout the four-day festival. He has shared the stage with Colt Ford, Craig Morgan, Randy Travis, Travis Tritt, among others. He has been receiving positive feedback since his debut release in 2016, Women, Water and Beer. This upbeat country-rooted song earned him the DisCovery Award from renowned music critic Robert K. Oermann and “…the next big male country star in country music” from Digital Journal. With real emotion embedded in his songs, Rice is destined to remind fans and performers why we all love and connect with country music.