Eric Church Tickets

Eric Church TicketsEric Church is a country singer strumming his guitar and telling stories. This is profoundly different than playing a guitar and singing a song. That difference is just what makes Eric Church tickets for his many concerts as a headliner or opening act so popular. The difference will also be the reason his first live album, to be released in early 2013, is going to a critical and commercial hit. Church connects with his audience on a level much more sincere than most singers of any genre, but he is not overly emotional and serious. He is, as Rough Stock assesses, a contemporary blue-collar poet.

Proclaiming Eric Church a storyteller seems a non-statement at first. Every song has some sort of rhyme and reason to it, thus most songs are surely about something and some moment time. However, one listen to Church and one understands his mid-tempo ballads and his classic country twang are utilized as in Springsteen-ian fashion, making him a killer combo of a country star with an affinity for beer and hot women and a folk singer lamenting the troubles of the common man, regrets for a couple of lifetimes, and an honest estimation of life’s limitation.

Perhaps the two best examples of this come from his album Chief. This is Eric Church’s third studio album and first platinum release. It has earned critical praise and comparisons to Johnny Cash, as well as a place on tours with others of his musical ilk on the Blood, Sweat, and Beers Tour in 2012. The songs “Springsteen” and “Homeboy” tell the tale of a man looking back and regretting letting a woman go and the story of a boy who gets in trouble with the law. “Springsteen’s” mid-tempo feel make it something less than an anthem, but it still is sure to inspire at least some  fan interaction at the chorus. “Homeboy” may appear to deride the dangerous hip hop lifestyle at first, but both the hip hop and country cultures are about the same thing, sitting back and relaxing with a drink and a hot girl. Church comes to terms with this reality in the single, a much slower paced song.

Yet, this is the same singer-songwriter who likes to “Smoke a Little Smoke” and chill with a “Drink in My Hand”. Eric Church plans to take some time post-live album release to get back to work writing this collection of songs bemoaning mistakes and celebrating the simple joys in life. Expect to hear news of a new album in the fall of 2013 and a headlining tour come later that fall or in the beginning of the winter 2014.

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Event Date/Time Venue/City  
Pendleton Whisky Music Fest: Eric Church & Macklemore Jul 11, 2020
Sat 4:00PM
Pendleton Round-Up Stadium
Pendleton, OR
Eric Church Jul 18, 2020
Sat 8:00PM
North Dakota State Fairgrounds
Minot, ND
Cheyenne Frontier Days: Eric Church & Ashley McBryde Jul 24, 2020
Fri 8:00PM
Cheyenne Frontier Days
Cheyenne, WY
Eric Church Jul 26, 2020
Sun 7:30PM
California Mid-state Fair Grounds
Paso Robles, CA
The Country Fest (Time: TBD): Eric Church - Friday Aug 7, 2020
Fri 12:00PM
Clay's Park Resort
North Lawrence, OH
Stagecoach Festival: Thomas Rhett, Carrie Underwood, Eric Church, Brett Young & Dan and Shay - 3 Day Pass Oct 23, 2020
Empire Polo Field
Indio, CA
Country Summer Festival: Eric Church, Locash, Muscadine Bloodline & Adam Doleac - Saturday Oct 24, 2020
Sat 1:00PM
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
Santa Rosa, CA
Stagecoach Festival: Eric Church, Alan Jackson & Jon Pardi - Sunday Oct 25, 2020
Sun 12:00PM
Empire Polo Field
Indio, CA
2020 Country Thunder Arizona: Eric Church - Sunday Nov 1, 2020
Country Thunder USA - AZ
Florence, AZ
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