Small Crowd Performace Is Atmosphere for Church’s Live Recording

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Eric Church takes over the Tivoli Theatre in Chattanooga, Tennessee this  Monday and Tuesday night to record his first-ever live album.  The project won’t be out until early next year, but Eric has put a lot of thought into trying to capture on the live album the small intimate  feel of his early days playing bars and clubs.

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Eric has appreciated the large size venues he has been playing during his past two two tours but for his new album, he would like to recapture to intimate atmosphere. The desire to return to the small club setting with his fans for his live recording has Church excited.

Eric looks forward to having his fans up close to him singing every word of his songs during this two-night stand.  He promises those lucky enough to get tickets are in for a unique concert experience.courtesy Music City Encore

“I don’t want to show up and play the show we play every night,” Eric says.  “So, now it’s a matter of what do we do those two nights that make it special in a way to thank the fans for getting us to where we’ve gotten.  I want to capture that energy.”

On the 11th, Church starts up his Blood, Sweet & Beers tour in Green Bay, WI and continues until November 17th. Justin Moore and Kip Moore join Eric on tour as the opening acts. For more info on the Blood, Sweet & Beers dates, see Eric’s tour date page.


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