Fellow musicians and fans criticize them for equal to country artists who performed at outdoor concerts where the attendees they were not wearing posts face cloths.
This happened this weekend where the images of the social networks showed that many people were wearing protection on his face as what are the face cloths or the clear plastic.
Despite the fact that the cases of COVID-19 re-emerge in the united States, no necessary measures are taken and it seems that no one cared about it.
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The country singer Chase Rice posted a video of his concert in the east Tennessee with the words “We Back”in the same week that the state health authorities reported the biggest jump in a day in people who tested positive for the coronavirus.
The country star Kelsea Ballerini called Rice “selfish” by risking the health of the people to play in front of a large crowd.
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The american star Jason Isbell also was upset indirectly, saying that some country artists were “so in bankruptcy” which they performed concerts throughout the weekend, “regardless of what may happen to your public not isolated and without a mask!”
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The country singer Mickey Guyton he said that the video of the crowd at the concert of Rice put her sick to her stomach.
Rice referred to the controversy on Monday in a publication of the social networks in which he said:
“There are many different opinions, many different views about COVID-19, how does it work with live music, crowds.”
He said that the security of fans is a high priority, and said that his next show will be a show in Kentucky. Asked the fans that “follow the rules, follow the laws”.
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The owner of the place where Rice played in Tennessee said that the concert was approved officials from the city and the county.
“We are reevaluating the number of top-to-bottom after the inaugural show, the June 27since the implementation of additional security measuresuntil the addition of props, the conversion of the space in concert-style drive-in, and the postponement of shows,” said Brian May, who is co-owner of the former State Penitentiary Brushy Mountain, where the concert took place.
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