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The COVID-19 pandemic has put life on hold for so many of us, including country music star Chase Rice. He joins The Doctors to share how he stays positive and productive during these unsettling times.
The singer has used the time to focus on his Head Down Eyes Up foundation and he also partnered with Coach to Cure MD to help kids with Duchenne muscular dystrophy or DMD. He explains DMD is fatal and his goal is to help these kids enjoy the time they do have in the best possible way.
"Live the best life you can live. Live every single day like it's going to be your last," he says of the work these two groups are doing to help kids who are dealing with this serious health issue.
For Chase, he is trying to focus on the positive aspects of the pandemic, and for him, that includes slowing down, working on music, and connecting more with his loved ones. "We have to continue to make the best of the opportunities that we have," he tells Dr. Ian Smith.
In the video below, find out what Chase thinks is in store for the future of live concerts and he also shares how the pandemic inspired his song, "Drinking Beer, Talking God, Amen."