If there’s a rulebook for country stardom — a how-to guide for performers looking to climb the charts, fill the arenas with fans, and build a legacy — Eric Church certainly hasn’t read it. He’s never been a big fan of rules, anyway. He’d rather chase down success on his own terms, taking the road less traveled.
“I’m a big believer that everything you do should always be a little different than what you’ve done before,” says the songwriter, whose milestones include ten chart-topping singles, five platinum-selling albums, seven ACM Awards, four CMA trophies, and ten Grammy nominations. In a genre built upon tradition, Church has become a new kind of country icon — one who still writes songs anchored by his southern roots, but regularly reaches far outside the genre’s safety zone, too.
He has released nine studio albums through Capitol Nashville since 2005. 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 and 2015 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”. His fifth studio album, ‘Mr. Misunderstood, ‘was released in November 2015 and went on to produce two number one singles with “Record Year” and “Round Here Buzz”. On July 13, 2018, Church released the first single and title track of his album ‘Desperate Man,’ which was released in October 2018.
In April 2021, Church released the triple (YES! TRIPLE!!!) album set ‘Heart & Soul.’ These 24 tracks capture Church at his very best, matching raw storytelling and climactic hooks with performances that blur the lines between country, soul, Bible Belt funk, and renegade rock & roll. Produced by longtime collaborator Jay Joyce and split into three separate records — Heart, Soul, and the six-track & — Heart & Soul is unlike any project in Church’s catalog… which is exactly the way he likes it.
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