Country superstar Eric Church is thrilled to welcome Hawk to his growing family.
Schedules got in the way of it actually happening.
“This is a very large scale production,” Church’s tour manager Todd Bunch tells CBS This Morning. “A short day for us in 18 hours.”
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In Salt Lake City on Saturday, Church’s band and crew were sick, so instead of canceling he performed the set solo acoustic.
Chesney reveals the dates and cities he’ll visit on his 2015 Big Revival Tour. “We had more time to consider what we wanted, so we were able to get more creative and could dream a little more wide open.”
This first announcement of GRAMMY performers includes Eric Church and AC/DC.
The tour kicks off again on March 4.
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Set up in a hospital room on his death bed, an old man’s life flashes before him in Eric Church’s poignant new video for “Talladega.”
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Staples was the subject of an elaborate tribute concert that included such guests as Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, Bonnie Raitt, Jeff Tweedy, Gregg Allman, Eric Church and two members of Arcade Fire.
Fans who couldn’t make the performance now have their chance to see Church’s full set on PBS airing this Saturday (Nov. 15).
Church “attacks the stage with so much force,” Chesney said, “and his songs really speak to the people who are fighting the fight to get by.”
Eight years ago, Eric Church graced New York’s Madison Square Garden stage for the first time as an opener for Rascal Flatts. Last night (Oct. 17) he returned as headliner for a sold-out show. Read a review and see the set list.
Eric Church gets nostalgic on his new single “Talladega,” which he performed last night on ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.’