Kenneth Eric Church (born May 3, 1977), known professionally as Eric Church, is an American country music singer-songwriter. Signed to Capitol Records in 2005, he released a total a four studio albums for that label. His debut album, 2006's Sinners Like Me, produced four 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, includes the singles "Homeboy," "Creepin'", and "Like Jesus Does". This album also gave him his first two No.1 hits in "Drink in My Hand," and "Springsteen" in January and June 2012. "The Only Way I Know", which he and Jason Aldean along with Luke Bryan recorded together on Aldean's album Night Train, went on to become his third number one in early 2013. A fourth album, The Outsiders, was released in February 2014. It became his second No.1 album on the charts early in that same year. It also includes three new singles in its title track, "Give Me Back My Hometown" (which became his fourth number one on the Country Airplay chart), and "Cold One", all released in 2013 and 2014 respectively.
Eric Church in with Bob Harris
Bob's session guest is 2011 CMA New Artist nominee Eric Church.
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