Eric Church will be performing live on stage at the world famous venue Red Rocks Amphitheatre on August 9 and 10. The Outlaw Country musician singer-songwriter whose 2006 debut album “Sinners Like Me” produced four singles on the Billboard Charts including the Top 20 hits “How ‘Bout You,” “Two Pink Lines,” and “Guy’s Like Me.” Since his debut album, Church has released a total of five studio albums for his current label Capitol Nashville. These include his 2009 album “Carolina,” his 2011 album “Chief” was his first #1 studio album. A fourth album titled “The Outsiders” released in 2014 and “Mr Misunderstood” was released on November 3, 2015. Church has had a string of number one singles from his studio albums such as “Give Me Back My Hometown,” “Cold One,” “Talladega,” and “Like a Wrecking Ball.” Red Rock Amphitheatre is not the first world famous venue that Church has played at; he performed for the first time on the stage at the Grand Ole Opry in April of 2006. Eric Church puts on a powerful performance of Outlaw Country, which is a rare genre of country with roots that fuse bluegrass with southern country rock and rock n roll. Church even incorporates some heavy metal into his unique style of musical genius and the creation is out of this world singsational! He will be bringing his brand of music to Red Rock Amphitheatre located at 18300 Alameda Way in Morrison, CO this August and this show should not be missed! The Amphitheatre is home to some of the most beautiful concerts in the world that offer phenomenal awe-inspiring views during the live shows that you can’t experience anywhere else in the world. The all natural surroundings offer the best acoustics for concert goers in any of the Amphitheatres available. For an unforgettable concert experience come to Red Rock Amphitheatre this August 9 & 10 for two great nights of Eric Church.
Eric Church was born Kenneth Eric Church on May 3, 1977 in North Carolina. He did not take an immediate interest in music though, waiting until the age of 13 before picking up a guitar. Luckily, he did not take this new interest lightly and was playing local bars by the end of high school. Then he was just sprinkling in a few of his own songs in between Jimmy Buffett covers. Years later, Eric Church tickets are available to see the man in concerts staged across the country.
This opportunity did not come easily, but his father did try to make his plight a little easier. Eric moved to Nashville after graduating from Appalachian State University with a degree in marketing. His father had a few connections in the city and this helped give Church time to hone his craft.
That finally paid off in 2005. Then he signed with Capitol Nashville and released his debut album Sinner Like Me. The gold debut featured the first two hit singles of his career, “Two Pink Lines” and “Guys Like Me”. As the album was not certified platinum and the country genre seems to always have a new crop of young, Southern rocking singer songwriters, Church had to take to the road to prove himself.
He played the role of opener for the likes of the Rascal Flatts, Gary Allan, and Miranda Lambert. Eric came back to the studio and recorded Carolina. The recording repeated the success of the debut and Church went back out on the road, this time finding the right company when playing with Toby Keith and Jason Aldean.
Finally, with the release of his third studio album Chief, he hit the platinum certification sales numbers and landed a number one album. Furthermore, each of the five singles released from the album (“Homeboy”, “Drink in My Hand”, “Springsteen”, “Creepin’”. And Like Jesus Does”) became certified Top 20 hits. With this album it appears Eric Church has arrived and now fans are ready to enjoy a few well-deserved headlining dates from the performer.