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Eric Church came onto the country music scene and rose to the top instantly with hits like “How ‘Bout You,” “Love Your Love the Most,” “Smoke a Little Smoke” and “Drink in My Hand.” Country twang with a hint of Southern rock, Church has been serenading concertgoers into frenzy LIVE in concert. Be part of the experience when you purchase your Eric Church tickets now!
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Road to stardom 
Considering Church’s longstanding passion for music, it comes as little surprise that he’s become such a success in the industry. Born and raised in Granite Falls, North Carolina, Church showed an interest in music at a young age and picked up singing. By age 13, he had purchased his first guitar and started learning to write his own songs. In high school, Church started covering Jimmy Buffet tunes in rough dive bars and was sure to include a few of his own originals. Church attended Appalachian State University and graduated with a marketing degree, but during his time there it was clear his heart was in his music. While in college, he performed with a band called the Mountain Boys, which included his college roommate and brother. The band played the bar circuit around the west side of the state, but never experienced significant success.

Church moved to Nashville after school to make music a full-time commitment. Although it took him a year, he eventually got a song published with the label Sony/ATV Tree. Other established artists started recording songs Church had wrote, and it wasn’t long before he gained the attention of producer Jay Joyce. Together they made demos of Church’s music, and in the mid-2000s he signed with Capitol Records Nashville. 

“How ’Bout You,” Church’s debut single, was released near the beginning of 2006 and quickly reached the country top 20. In July of the same year, Capitol Records Nashville released Church’s first full-length studio album, Sinners Like Me. The album succeeded critically and commercially and included the hit singles “Two Pink Lines” and “Guys Like Me.” To support the album, Church went on tour with Rascal Flatts and Brad Paisley. 

Carolina and beyond 
Church released his sophomore album, Carolina, in 2009. The album took two of Church’s singles into the country top 10, and in 2010 he won an Academy of Country Music Award for top new solo vocalist. After extensive touring, Church released the Caldwell County EP in January 2011. This was followed only months after by the full-length Chief, which would prove to elevate Church to a new level of stardom. Fueled by the chart-topping single “Drink in my Hand,” Chief debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, as well as the Top Country Albums chart. In 2012, Chief won the Country Music Academy Award for album of the year. Church’s fourth full-length studio album, The Outsiders, was released in early 2014 and was his second album to top multiple charts.