"Close your eyes and imagine a songwriter with a wry sense of humor, a knack for a sly turn of phrase, and dry raspy delivery. You probably see John Prine or Todd Snider or any number of beloved Americana stalwarts. You'd better go ahead and get a good mental picture of Rodney Rice as well. I can almost guarantee you'll picture Prine and Snider when you listen to Rice.”-Nelson Gullet Music Director, WDVX, Knoxville

"Rodney Rice lives in the same smoky, dusty world as Hayes Carll, Ryan Bingham and Ray Wylie Hubbard, and the songs on “Same Shirt, Different Day" tell sharp and honest stories. The first single, “Free at Last,” would make John Prine proud!”-Ryan Humbert/WAPS, Cleveland

"[a] sense of irony and his particular penchant for framing everyday situations with a cheery and charming attitude and down-home demeanor...Rice not only shares an admiration for Prine in his prime, but also manages to make that affable attitude his own...Mainly though, Rice not only wears his heart on his sleeve, but also plants his tongue firmly in cheek"-Lee Zimmerman/The Daily Ripple

"Rodney has matched rich narratives with indelible melodies. Each song is shot through with humor, grace and tenderness. Life may feel like the Same Shi(r)t Different Day, but he manages to greet it with a knowing grin."              Eleni P Austin - Full Article at Coachella Valley Weekly