Born on May 3, 1977, Eric Church is an American songwriter and country singer. In 2005, he signed a contract with Capitol Records, since then he has released four studio albums with them. His first album came out in 2006, and was called Sinners Like Me; it produced four singles, which charted on the Top 20 hits. The singles include ‘How Bout You’, ‘Guys Like Me’, and ‘Two Pink Lines’. The second album was released in 2009, Carolina, it also produced hot singles. The album came at slot 55 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs during the early 2008; it went on to reach number 46. The singles became his first ones in the top 10; they included ‘Love Your Love the Most,’ ‘Hell on the Heart’, and ‘Smoke a Little Smoke’. Chief came out in 2011 and became Church’s first number one album with hits like, ‘Like Jesus Does’, ‘Creepin’, ‘Homeboy’, ‘Drink in My Hand’, and ‘Springsteen’. The album debuted at number one on Billboard 200, and Top Country Album. ‘The Only Way I Know’, a single, came on number one as well and became his third single to reach that slot from the album, Night Train. Caught in the Act became his first live album, which he released in February of 2013. Outsiders was released in 2014, the single, ‘Give Me Back My Hometown’ was placed at number one on the Country Airplay and became his third single to do so. ‘Talladega’ and ‘Cold One’ went on to be successful as well. His sixth album, which he released along with Keith Urban in 2015, also produced yet another number one single, ‘Raise ‘Em Up’. Eric Church has been known for his contributions towards outlaw rock, southern rock, and country rock.
Eric Church The Outsiders World Tour 2015
The Outsiders World Tour is Eric Church’s 11th tour. The tour was divided in to two leagues and featured other artists like Drive By Tuckers, Halestorm, Brothers Osborne, and Dwight Yoakam. The Outsiders is the name of the Church’s latest 2015 release. The album has been nominated for Best Country Album at the 57th Grammy Awards. The second league of this tour started in January 2015, and was to continue for approximately one month. “We come from bars and clubs and I miss that intimacy, which you always try to grab," he told Rolling Stone Country before the launch of the tour. “The bigger the room, the smaller you want that room to feel." Church was performing the shows ‘in the round’. A move that is supposed to bring the band to a closer proximity of the audience to keep them more engaged.