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Eric Church Bio

Country singer-songwriter Eric Church is one of the country music genre’s boldest voices. His outlaw-influenced brand of country music has driven his records to the top of the Billboard 200 chart, and his energetic live shows have fans around the United States lining up for Eric Church tickets. But Church hasn’t always been a household name – he spent many years toiling as an obscure performer and a songwriter before earning his much-deserved breakout in the mid-2000s.

Eric Church was born in 1977 in the town of Granite Hills, North Carolina. His hometown, a small town in the western part of North Carolina, was a classic country setting – one that still finds its way into Church’s songs. Church fell in love with music early. It all started when Church was 13 years old and bought a guitar. Soon, he was writing his own songs, influenced by a variety of acts – not all of them from the world of country music. Among other artists, Church loved to cover beach bum singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. Church also performed his original compositions.

Church began playing live shows when he was still in high school. These first Eric Church concerts were very different from the big shows he would one day headline. In those days, there were no Eric Church tickets and no die-hard fans in the audience – just the population of the local dive bars where he’d play and sing. The venues were rough, and Church witnessed more than a few altercations – even getting in a few himself, despite the separation of the stage. But through it all, Church soldiered on, playing both as a solo artist and as a member of Mountain Boys, a group that also included his brother and his college roommate.

Church went to college at Appalachian State University in his home state of North Carolina. He graduated with a degree in business. Church also found love in these years - he got engaged to a secondary school Spanish teacher, and everything seemed to be going well. But Church’s dedication to music soon forced him to make sacrifices. When his fiancée’s father pushed him to go into the corporate world, Church refused. That stress helped destroy his engagement, and he headed to Nashville to pursue a country music career alone.

Eric Church didn’t have the support of his onetime fiancée or her father, but he did have the support of his own family. Church’s father helped fund his son’s dream of making in the music business, and Church has credited his financial support, industry contacts, and advice as being key to his own success.

Church wasn’t noticed right away in Nashville, but he did manage to get work writing songs. By 2005, when Church was in his late 20s, he had his first hits – though other artists got to perform them. Church co-wrote the Terri Clark single “The World Needs a Drink” and the Dean Miller song “Whiskey Wings.”

Church was making music, but he still wasn’t signed to a major label. That soon changed. His work with producer Jay Joyce helped flesh out his sound and netted him a deal with Capitol Nashville. Soon, Church had his first single: “How ‘Bout You.” It was a hit. “How ‘Bout You” hit number 14 on the country charts and generated interest in his first full-length album, Sinners Like Me.

In 2006, Eric Church performed at the Grand Ole Opry for the first time. He’d finally made it.

Church followed up the success of his first album by touring with country superstars Brad Paisley and Rascal Flatts. Church wasn’t the headliner, but the tour gave many of his fans their first chance to grab Eric Church tickets. When the tour ended, Church headed back to the studio to record his sophomore effort.

That album would be Carolina, which included the popular singles “Love Your Love the Most” and “Hell on the Heart.” The album’s title, of course, referenced Church’s home state. Though Eric Church had found success in Nashville, North Carolina was still his home.

Church had made two strong albums, but his third record would be his most successful to date. That album, Chief, debuted at number one – not just on the country charts, but on the Billboard 200 as well. In its first week alone, the album sold nearly 150,000 copies. The album’s first single, “Drink in My Hand,” was the first Eric Church song to hit number one on the country charts. He accomplished that feat for the second time with the song “Springsteen,” also from Chief. Chief won Church a CMA Award for best album and a Grammy nomination in the same category. After taking some time to himself to consider his musical direction, Eric Church headed back out on tour, again sharing his tour with a country superstar (Kenny Chesney). This time, though, Church was the co-headliner.

Eric Church had broken into superstardom. Fans turned out in droves and snapped up Eric Church tickets for the new tour, and the singles off of Chief were by far his most successful to date. Church didn’t miss his chance to cement his reputation as a country superstar: he released two more strong albums in the years after Chief’s big splash. Having taken time to consider his musical direction in 2013, Church returned in 2014 with The Outsiders, which had critics raving and performed well commercially. Mr. Misunderstood (2015) received similar critical praise and debuted at number three on the Billboard 200.

Church is now at the height of his powers. More than 20 years after he played his first shows in dive bars around his North Carolina hometown, Church now has control of his musical direction and is playing sold out crowds all over the country. Critics have praised his musical evolution, but his songs have plenty of mainstream appeal, too: fans all over the country rush to grab Eric Church tickets whenever he comes to town. And when he takes the stage in his trademark aviator sunglasses and Von Dutch trucker cap, he never disappoints.

Top 3 Eric Church Tracks:

Drink In My Hand
Like Jesus Does
Hell On The Heart

Eric Church Albums

  • Ain't Killed Me Yet
  • Lotta Boot Left to Fill
  • Young and Wild
  • Where She Told Me to Go
  • Longer Gone
  • Love Your Love the Most
  • Smoke a Little Smoke
  • Without You Here
  • You Make It Look So Easy
  • Carolina
  • Hell on the Heart
  • Those I've Loved
  • 46:57
  • I'm Gettin' Stoned
  • Creepin'
  • Drink in My Hand
  • Keep On
  • Like Jesus Does
  • Hungover & Hard Up
  • Homeboy
  • Country Music Jesus
  • Jack Daniels
  • Springsteen
  • Over When It's Over
  • Lovin' Me Anyway (Bonus Track)
Sinners Like Me
  • Before She Does
  • Sinners Like Me
  • How 'Bout You
  • These Boots
  • What I Almost Was
  • The Hard Way
  • Guys Like Me
  • Lightning
  • Can't Take It with You
  • Pledge Allegiance to the Hag (featuring Merle Haggard)
  • Two Pink Lines
  • Livin' Part of Life
  • 47:05

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Cheap Eric Church Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$10.00 Eric Church with Brothers Osborne — 04/07/2015
Ralph Engelstad Arena; Grand Forks, ND
$20.00 Eric Church with Drive By Truckers — 03/18/2015
Allen County Stadium; Fort Wayne, IN
$24.00 Outlaw Music Festival — 09/17/2017
BB&T Pavilion; Camden, NJ
$26.00 Eric Church — 01/14/2015
Chesapeake Energy Arena; Oklahoma City, OK
$26.00 Eric Church — 12/04/2014
INTRUST Bank Arena; Wichita, KS
$30.00 John Lennon 75th Birthday Concert — 12/05/2015
The Theater at Madison Square Garden; New York, NY
$33.00 Eric Church — 03/10/2015
Verizon Center; Washington, DC
$34.00 Eric Church with Brothers Osborne — 04/11/2015
Scotiabank Saddledome; Calgary, AB
$36.00 Eric Church — 10/04/2017
Grand Ole Opry House; Nashville, TN
$37.00 Eric Church with Brothers Osborne — 04/08/2015
MTS Centre; Winnipeg, MB

Best and Most Expensive Eric Church Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$5,250.00Eric Church — 07/30/2015
Ascend Amphitheater; Nashville, TN
$5,249.00Eric Church — 08/27/2015
New York State Fair; Syracuse, NY
$570.00Eric Church — 01/27/2017
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$503.00Eric Church — 01/31/2017
Sprint Center; Kansas City, MO
$471.00Eric Church — 02/03/2017
American Airlines Center; Dallas, TX
$450.00Eric Church — 01/25/2017
Wells Fargo Center PA; Philadelphia, PA
$431.00Eric Church — 10/25/2014
Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza; Wilkes-Barre, PA
$427.00Eric Church - 2 Day Pass — 08/09/2016
Red Rocks Amphitheatre; Morrison, CO
$308.00CMT Music Festival - 2 Day Pass — 07/08/2016
Bingemans; Kitchener, ON
$272.00Eric Church — 04/28/2017
Mohegan Sun Arena; Uncasville, CT