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Chase Rice's unlikely road to country music stardom


Chase Rice is one of country music's most unlikely rising stars. He seems to have lived four lives before the age of 32, causing many friends to joke that maybe Forrest Gump is a real person. Rice found success by doing things his own way, resisting pressure from record labels and coming out with music that's entirely his own. His new album "Lambs and Lions" was released Friday. (CBS News)

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