New Year's Eve is all fun and games for those who are 21 or older...until you ring in Jan. 1 with a massive headache, that is. Luckily, country powerhouse Eric Church has let us in on his hangover cure just in time for the biggest party of a year. Listen up, all you revelers and partygoers!
Bow, bow, bow, bow now...Ah, however it goes! I do know, it's the jam. I'm talking about Eric Church's latest song "Creepin'," which is another in a long line of hits off of his album of the year, Chief.
Country Thunder is gearing up to roll through Arizona this spring. The four-day outdoor festival has put Florence, Ariz., on the calendar for April 11-14, 2013 with a lineup that makes roughing it in the outdoors for a few days worth it.
This Wednesday -- October 31 -- we celebrate the Halloween holiday nationwide. And some of country's hottest stars are especially excited for the day, as they'll get to relive their own childhoods through the eyes of their children.
The Album of the Year category at the 2012 CMA Awards is as strong as it has been since the show moved to ABC. In any other year, all five nominees would be considered sure things to take home the trophy. For this reason, it's difficult to predict a winner with any conviction -- although we'll give it a try. Who do you think will win the Album of the Year award at the 2012 CMAs?
Nominees for Song of the Year at the 2012 CMA Awards are similar to those for Single of the Year -- with two exceptions. SOTY is given to the songwriters, which are the singers of the song plus one or two co-writers in three cases this year. Each day leading up to the Nov. 1 ABC broadcast, we're explaining how each nominee can win the CMA Award, offering our prediction and looking for yours. Who do you predict to win the Song of the Year award at the 2012 CMAs?
No one would argue that when Eric Church steps onstage, he positively owns the room (and the crowd) with his confident swagger, growling vocals, party-hard lyrics and those ever-present sunglasses, which lend "Chief" a mysterious air.
In case you missed Eric Church, Kip Moore and Justin Moore in concert last night at the Cajundome for their Blood, Sweat and Beers tour, no need to fret because here are some great pictures. The show was fantastic and boy can Eric Church put on one heck of a performance... and he isn't a bad sight to look at either. I do recommend seeing him in concert if you never have. Hope you enjoy the pics!
I don't know about you, but I've been ready for this Eric Church show since the day it was announced. It's gonna be a party y'all! (They may even have to bubble wrap the good china at the Chinese restaurant on top the Cajundome.)
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