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Eric Church performing "Springsteen"
at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on May 27, 2017
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Eric Church performing "16th Avenue"
at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on May 27, 2017
See Eric Church & Charlie Daniels
at the CMA Music Festival (Fan Fair)
See our own pictures of an up-and-coming Eric Church early in his career,
opening for the Charlie Daniels Band at the CMA Music Festival in 2006

Link: www.tennesseeconcerts.com/2006fanfairpics1
The Volunteer Jam - Eric Church
The 40th Anniversary of the Volunteer Jam
Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on August 12, 2015
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Eric Church
Eric Church at the 40th Anniversary of the Volunteer Jam
Eric Church performs "In America" with The Charlie Daniels Band at the 40th Anniversary
of the Volunteer Jam on August 12, 2015. This song was originally done by the Charlie
Daniels Band. The Volunteer Jam 2015 was at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville TN
Eric Church sings the Charlie Daniels Band song
"In America", with the CDB at this 40th Anniversary
of the Volunteer Jam in Nashville Tennessee
Eric Church - Bridgestone Arena, Nashville - May 27, 2017
Here are some of my favorite highlights and full songs from
Eric Church's record-breaking concert in Nashville
(from YouTube).
Volunteer Jam
(born May 3, 1977) is an
American country music
singer and songwriter.
Signed to Capitol
Nashville since 2005,
he has since released
a total of five studio
albums for that label.
His debut album, 2006's
Sinners Like Me,
produced three singles
on the Billboard country
charts including the top
20 hits "How 'Bout You",
"Two Pink Lines", and
"Guys Like Me".

His second album,
2009's Carolina,
produced three more
singles: "Smoke a Little
Smoke" and his first top
10 hits, "Love Your Love
the Most" and "Hell on
the Heart". 2011's Chief,
his first No. 1 album,
gave him his first two
No. 1 singles,
"Drink in My Hand" and
"Springsteen", and the
hits "Homeboy",
"Creepin'", and "Like
Jesus Does". His third
No. 1 single was "The
Only Way I Know", which
he, Jason Aldean, and
Luke Bryan recorded for
Aldean's album Night
Train". A fourth album,
The Outsiders", was
released in February
2014. It produced five
new singles between
2013–15 with the title
track, "Give Me Back My
Hometown", "Cold One",
"Talladega" and "Like a
Wrecking Ball".
"Talladega" and "Give Me
Back My Hometown"
each reached number one
on the Country Airplay
chart. Eric Church got
his sixth No. 1 hit with
Keith Urban in May
2015 with the single
"Raise 'Em Up".
He released his fifth
studio album, Mr.
Misunderstood, on
November 3, 2015.