Eric Church Phoenix Tickets
Country music star Eric Church has revealed the plans of his extensive 2017 tour. “Holdin My Own’ 2017 Tour” will stop in 60 North American cities, and will feature Mr. Misunderstood doing things very differently. Church will bring the house down at the Talking Stick Resort Arena on March 28, Eric Church Phoenix tickets for which are selling out fast. Eric Church’s 5th album “Mr. Misunderstood” took home “Album of the Year” trophy at the 2016 CMA Awards, along with huge accolades for the songs “Kill a Word” and “Record Year”. As for doing things differently – Church will literally hold his own as it’s for the first time that the ‘entertainer of the year’ will perform without any supporting act.
Eric Church – A True Artist With No Boundaries
Eric Church will kick off his “Holdin My Own’ 2017 Tour” on January 13, and Talking Stick Resort Arena will roll out the red carpet for the star on March 28. Not ones to be left behind, his ardent fans are already rushing for Eric Church Phoenix tickets. Here are some interesting facts about the country superstar.
- Eric Church has carved out his own country sub-genre by blending rock n roll with traditional country. His eclectic style has allowed him to work with musicians of various genres, including the heavy metal veterans Metallica.
- Country music’s original “bad boy”, Church was fired by the Rascal Flatts on their headlining tour. He wouldn’t listen to the management or the band and played his sets too long. Taylor Swift later replaced him as the opening act.
- Eric Church enjoys his whiskey a bit too much – so much so that Jack Daniels creates customized bottles for the star. The neck of the bottle has a medallion with the singer’s face etched on it.
- Church, now happily married, had his heart broken just after he graduated from college. Engaged at that time, his fiancé’s father tried to talk him out of a career in music, after which he ended the engagement.
- Eric Church made a deal with his father that if he graduated from college with a degree, he would fund his first year in Nashville as he pursued his career. Both, father and son held up their end of the bargain.