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Eric Church Celebrating New Album With Free Shows
Eric Church Celebrating New Album With Free Shows

Eric Church is releasing his new album, The Outsiders, today.  To celebrate, Eric will be performing 6 free shows in 6 different cities this Thursday and Friday.  Yes, 6 shows, in two days.  He’ll kick it off at the 8 Second Saloon in Indy at 5:00 on Thursday.  He’ll then head to Rootstown, OH and wrap up his day with a show at Joe’s Bar in Chicago on Thursday night.  On Friday, Eric will visit Georgia and the Carolinas.  More details available here.

The fans have voted and the  ACM New Artist of the Year nominees have been announced.  Brett EldredgeJustin Moore and Kip Moore are this year’s finalists.  The final round of voting will begin on March 24 and will end just before the live ACM telecast on April 6th

Jake Owen will help honor men and women of the Armed Forces on May 7.  Jake will be headlining the PGA’s The Player’s Championship’s Military Appreciation Day ceremony in Florida.

If your Valentine is a big Chris Young fan, go to his website to create a Valentine’s Day e-card just for them.  There are a number of different designs to choose from.  Each features a photo of Chris.  There is even a “Singles Awareness Week” design.  The cards can be sent through email, Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest.

 

 

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