Eric Church is getting tough with bootleg merchandisers. The country superstar filed a lawsuit in federal court on Tuesday (March 10) in an attempt to stop sales of unlicensed T-shirts outside his concerts.
Today's Catch of the Day comes from a performer who, by the way he can captivate an audience, is becoming the Bruce Springsteen of country music. He even paid homage to "the Boss" with a song named after him
Eric Church's fans turned out in droves to help him secure a Showdown win over Dan + Shay's latest single. Now the singer-songwriter will go head-to-head with one of country's greatest vocalists, Trisha Yearwood.
Fans are hoping a music video will come from Keith Urban and Eric Church's collaboration "Raise 'Em Up," but for now, this lyric video will have to do. The lyrics to the hit song are shown against a sky full of fireworks.
Eric Church defended hometowns everywhere during his 2015 Grammy performance on Sunday night (Feb. 8). As he sang the subdued 'Give Me Back My Hometown,' images of revolutions flashed on the screen behind the sunglasses-sporting singer.
Today's Catch of the Day comes to you from not one, but two established stars, one being a former rocking guitarist born in Whangarei, New Zealand and the other, a hard edged country boy from Granite Falls, North Carolina.
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