Eric's exclusive signature Lucchese boot collection, select pieces from the Highway to Home furniture collection and rare Hummingbird Dark Gibson Guitar available at shop
Church to stream sneak peek of pop up store via Facebook Live Wednesday, June 8
Eric Church will liven CMA Fest week for a second year in a row with his Eric Church Pop Up Store in East Nashville (address: 218 South 11th Street) beginning Thursday, June 9 and running through Sunday, June 12 with operating hours from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The concession, which will mark Church’s fourth pop up store in Nashville over the last year, will offer rare items for purchase, including his custom These Boots by Lucchese boot line and signature Gibson guitar, the Hummingbird Dark. Also available are select pieces from The Highway to Home furniture collection, an original furniture line created by Church.
On the heels of winning ACM Video of the Year Award for “Mr. Misunderstood” earlier this month, Eric Church has premiered his new music video for current single, “Record Year,” on Vevo earlier today with a broadcast debut on CMT’s Hot 20 Countdown this Saturday, April 30. The music video again enlists directors John Peets and Reid Long and features teenager McKinley James who starred in the music video for “Mr. Misunderstood” and appears on the cover art of Church’s highly acclaimed album by the same name.
Also making an appearance in the video is Church’s new uniquely designed and distinctively customized signature edition of the world famous Gibson Hummingbird acoustic guitar, aptly termed by Church as Hummingbird Dark. Church –who joins artists such as Bob Dylan, Jackson Browne, Emmylou Harris, and Pete Townshend who have also constructed their own signature guitars – is…
On Friday during ACM rehearsals Eric and his longtime manager John Peets, were surprised back stage with the award for Video of the Year for the music video for "Mr. Misunderstood."
The video was co-directed by Eric's manager John and videographer Reid Long and featured McKinley James, who was also on the cover of "Mr. Misunderstood." Watch the surprise below!
Eric Church is again taking strong action to ensure his fans come first. Last November, he revealed to the more than 80,000 members of the Church Choir that inspiration had struck and resulted in his new album Mr. Misunderstood, which he shared with them first and free of charge before putting it on sale. That insistence that his fans come first now has him standing up to scalpers in light of recent on-sales for his back-to-back intimate engagements at Red Rocks Amphitheater.
"I get asked all the time about my favorite venue, and I always answer the same way. Red Rocks. When people ask why, I just smile and say, 'you must not have been there.' It's truly breathtaking," Eric shares. "I'm honored to have two shows there."
Upon their normal review of the orders for the two nights, Church and his team discovered that a total of 2,700 tickets were purchased by known scalpers,…
Eric Church has built a reputation for making every live show special with one-night-only set lists, unique arrangements, and stripped solo shows. Now, he has announced a not to be missed two-night solo stand at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Tuesday, Aug. 9 and Wednesday, Aug. 10.
Fan club members will have the first chance to purchase tickets and travel packages during the fan club pre-sale, starting March 4 at 10am MST, on ericchurch.com. The one or two night travel packages include lodging at Denver’s Hotel Monaco, transportation to and from the venue, and tickets in the first 20 rows. This package and tickets will also be offered to the public beginning at 10 a.m. MST on March 11 by visiting www.axs.com or by phone at (888) 929-7849.
The performances offer fans one of the few chances this year to see the Academy of Country Music Entertainer of the Year nominee. Eric has…
Eric Church drops his second single "Record Year" from Mr. Misunderstood at Country radio today. The new single namechecks Stevie Wonder's Songs In The Key of Life, Willie Nelson's Red Headed Stranger, John Lee Hooker's One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer among others from Church's stack of vinyl. Upon the album's surprise release last November, Rolling Stone Magazine dubbed the new single the "most moving moment" on the widely-lauded album.
Church co-wrote "Record Year" with longtime banjo player and guitarist Jeff Hyde who has previously collaborated on hits such as the three-week No. 1 "Springsteen" (along with Ryan Tyndell) from Chief and the Top 20 "Smoke a Little Smoke" (written by Church and Hyde alongside other bandmate Driver Williams) from Carolina.
Eric Church leads the 2016 Academy of Country Music Awards with 6 nominations, including the top honor Entertainer of the Year.
It’s the second time in six months Eric has taken the leading nominations total at a major awards after earning five for the 2015 CMA Awards in November. He also is up for Album of the Year for Mr. Misunderstood, Male Vocalist of the Year, Video of the Year for his surprise album’s title track and two more nominations, Musical Event of the Year and Song of the Year, for “Raise ‘Em Up” with Keith Urban at the April 3 CBS broadcast from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
On Wednesday, March 16, cultural icon Kris Kristofferson will be honored at an all-star concert event featuring Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Ryan Bingham, Willie Nelson, Trisha Yearwood and more. "The Life and Songs of Kris Kristofferson" will go on sale this Saturday at 10:00 am CT on Ticketmaster.com. For more information read here: http://songsofkristofferson.com
The College Football Playoff (CFP) today announced a star-studded lineup for pregame festivities during the College Football Playoff National Championship, Monday, January 11, 2016, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
Eric Church will headline Championship Tailgate, taking place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mountain time. He will perform on the Capital One Quicksilver Music Stage.
The interactive area adjacent to University of Phoenix Stadium will allow fans to gather and enjoy games, sponsor activities, concessions and ESPN broadcast sets. The event is free for all ticket holders attending the national championship game.
For more information on the College Football Playoff and the national championship game, visit www.collegefootballplayoff.com.
A+E Networks announced today that it will present “Shining a Light: A Concert for Progress on Race in America” on Friday, November 20 at 8PM ET/PT. The concert will be recorded at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA on Wednesday, November 18th. The two-hour special event will air across the entire A+E Networks portfolio, including A&E, HISTORY, Lifetime, H2, LMN and FYI. The concert will kick off A+E Networks’ campaign to confront issues of race, and promote unity and progress on racial equity, inspired by the response of the Mother Emanuel family members in Charleston and others working for reconciliation and change around the country.
The biggest names in music, including Zac Brown Band, Eric Church, Jamie Foxx, Rhiannon Giddens, Tori Kelly, John Legend, Miguel, Pink, Jill Scott, Ed Sheeran, Sia, Bruce Springsteen, Sting and Pharrell Williams, will join together to…
After wrapping earlier than expected at a private event in his home state, Eric found himself only an hour and a half away from the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame ceremony where his mother, Rita Church, accompanied by his sister Kendra, were attending the induction to accept the invitation on his behalf. Realizing he had no time to spare, Eric borrowed the keys to his father Ken's vehicle and--with his wife Katherine and assistant Marshall Alexander in tow--they rushed in an attempt to make it to the Gem Theater in time for the dedication. While Alexander drove, Eric was busy texting his sister--unbeknownst to her or the hundreds in attendance--to see if he could arrive in time as he now had set his mind on attending and surprising the crowd.
When only a few miles away, Eric learned his mother had stepped on stage to read her remarks of gratitude for the honor, but…