Colored vinyl releases are often a special enough treat for music junkies. But Eric Church is taking the collectible record concept to a whole new level.
Talk about wishing we were there–take a look at the artists on the roster at Tuesday night’s We’re All For The Hall benefit concert in Nashville, and see if you don’t agree it was nothing short of impressive.
During his stop in Florence, Arizona this weekend for the four-day Country Thunder festival, ACM Album of the Year winner Eric Church took time to speak on his tour bus with Phoenix station KMLE about his show and his brand-new live album, Caught In The Act.
It’s been a great few years for Eric Church. With the release of his album Chief, the birth of his baby boy, his numerous award wins and now a live album hitting shelves, country fans can’t get enough of the Carolina cowboy.
Eric Church Odd #1 Scratch and Sniff vinyl Odd #2 What you are making it smell like!! Great talking to him – hear him describe the new records coming out in mid April.
Eric Church, the guy who had the most nominations (seven) at this year’s ACM Awards, walked away with two. One was for his vocal work on Jason Aldean’s hit “The Only Way I Know,” which won Vocal Event of the Year (Luke Bryan also shared in that award).
The three-hour broadcast of the 48th Academy of Country Music Awards is over now, and the winners have been named and honored. At the top of that list is, of course, Luke Bryan, who walked away with Entertainer of the Year.
While walking the ACM Awards red carpet outside the MGM Grand tonight, Jason Aldean and his Night Train producer Michael Knox got a nice surprise!
How many performances can you pack into a single award ceremony? Country fans will soon find out, because the Academy of Country Music today announced that Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum and Little Big Town will each perform as part of the 48th annual ACM Awards on Sunday, April 7.
Eric Church’s Chief just keeps on giving.