Maybe you can't take the country out of the boy, but you can take the country boy to the big city and he can still kick some butt. Hardcore country star Eric Church has landed in some mighty prestigious company now that none other than the New York Times has lauded his concert at the Hammerstein Ballroom last March 14 as one of the year's best.
New Year's Eve is all fun and games for those who are 21 or older...until you ring in Jan. 1 with a massive headache, that is. Luckily, country powerhouse Eric Church has let us in on his hangover cure just in time for the biggest party of a year. Listen up, all you revelers and partygoers!
This Wednesday -- October 31 -- we celebrate the Halloween holiday nationwide. And some of country's hottest stars are especially excited for the day, as they'll get to relive their own childhoods through the eyes of their children.
Eric Church heads into the 2012 CMA Awards with five nominations, including Male Vocalist of the Year. While he's excited -- and would be appreciative of any honor he can take back to his band -- the 'Creepin'' singer tells Taste of Country Nights host Jeremy Robinson awards are not what drives him. In fact, he finds the fast turn-around from one year ago a little bizarre.
They could be the three hottest stars in country music, and I don't mean looks. Jason Aldean's new song features, Luke Bryan and Eric Church too. If you haven't heard it, check it out and let us know what you think.
No one would argue that when Eric Church steps onstage, he positively owns the room (and the crowd) with his confident swagger, growling vocals, party-hard lyrics and those ever-present sunglasses, which lend "Chief" a mysterious air.
Luke Bryan leads the pack of 2012 American Country Awards nominees. The singer, and his peers, will get their time to really shine when the red carpet event airs live from Las Vegas in December. The 'Drunk on You' singer received seven nominations in all, including Artist of the Year.
As the year gets ready to wind down, Eric Church can certainly look back on 2012 and smile. While he has been at the music game for quite some time, this year was essentially the first 'break' he got in the industry -- finally embraced by the community for his incredible work as a singer, songwriter and entertainer.
It's a natural thing when touring with a hit songwriter that at some point you will collaborate on a new idea. That's exactly what happened when Brantley Gilbert joined Eric Church on his headlining Blood, Sweat and Beers Tour earlier this year.
As the summer months fades away and cooler weather signals the closure of another year, Eric Church is already plotting his next move for the new year. Though many artists try to remain in the spotlight during a high in their career, a well-deserved break from the demands of being a superstar is in the works for one of the hardest working men in country music.
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