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Eric Church is a country music singer and songwriter who released his third studio album, Chief on July 26, 2011, debuting at #1 on both Top Country Albums and the Billboard 200. The Homeboy Songfacts explains that the album's title refers to a nickname of not only the singer's grandfather, but also Church's own pet name among friends and family. Eric grew up in Granite Falls, N. Check our available Eric Church concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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At last, country music's self styled bad boy Eric Church is finally able to do what he wants. After early genre success, his last album - 2011's award winning, platinum selling Chief - burst into the mainstream and propelled Church's baseball cap and aviators look onto the front of US industry bible Billboard magazine. With singles like 'Smoke A Little Smoke' and 'Drink In My Hand' you're in no doubt how Church is positioning himself - a weed smoking, hard drinking good ol' country boy...
I have an Eric Church T-shirt that a friend sent me a few months ago. He went to a tour in a muddy field somewhere near Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and since stadium country never moves east of Winnipeg, he sent a souvenir from Wisconsin to Montreal. The shirt is black, and has the legend "Eric Fucking Church" emblazoned on the front, in a font that is somewhere between Waylon and Ed Hardy...
The country Kanye West ... Eric Church Buy it from Buy the CDDownload as MP3Eric ChurchThe OutsidersDecca (UMO)2014 Tell us what you think: Rate and review this album ...
Release Date: Feb. 11, 2014 For as long as country music has been around, there have always been outlaws, bad boys who were not afraid to stir it up. Foremost of those was the legendary Johnny Cash, followed closely by Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, David Allan Coe, Willie Nelson and Steve Earle. These singers rose to prominence in the 1960s and 1970s (save for Steve Earle, who found success in the 1980s) and became the flag-bearers for the sub-genre outlaw country...
The most telling moment on Eric Church's grand new studio album The Outsiders comes from an unlikely source. The penultimate track "Devil, Devil (Prelude: Princess of Darkness)" begins with an offbeat, meandering four minute spoken-word mythic Nashville-bashing diatribe from Church. The most experimental track on the album, the contemptuous "Devil monologue " marks Church as an daring outsider looking in: the track's very existence is evidence alone for a remarkable, central tenet of the Eric...
Eric Church branded himself a country-music outlaw of consequence on 2011's platinum-selling Chief, with the singles "Springsteen" (a Bruce-induced letter to an ex) and "Homeboy" (a tale of hip-hop attitude gone rural), plus riffs that echoed Zeppelin and the Stones as much as Buck Owens. On his fourth studio album, he could have copied the formula, or dialed it back to court uptight country-radio programmers...
Eric Church has made four records over the past decade, and each has been essential listening for country fans. A top-drawer songwriter, Church's blend of radio-friendly twang with offbeat and sometimes downright challenging material -- the death penalty, smoking pot, reactionary "traditionalists," some northern Democrat named Bruce Springsteen -- has set him up as Nashville's rebellious, if not exactly reluctant, megastar...
It was easy and convenient for many of us to develop an immediate prejudice toward Eric Church's The Outsiders album, especially since its title cut - and first single - was such a terrible excuse for country music. Let's be real here: the song is pseudo-metal, if anything. However, once you delve into the album itself, you'll likely breathe a deep sigh of relief because the qualities that have made Church a positive element in contemporary country music's future - not to mention a big...
Given that Eric Church's live show has been the singular biggest reason as to why he survived a rocky early relationship with Country Radio to become the superstar that he is today, it makes complete sense for Caught In The Act: Live to be released. It's a common thing for Texas Country artists to release a live album this early into their career but rare for most Mainstream Country singers to release such a project (if they ever do)...
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