Church, who was nominated for Grammys this year for Best Country Album (“Desperate Man”) and Song (“Some of It”), is scheduled to hit the state at Osceola Heritage Park at 9:30 on March 29 to bring the three-day Country Thunder event to an end.
Since crashing the country music scene in 2005, Church has released six studio albums — starting with “Sinners Like Me” in 2006, they’ve all gone platinum or multi-platinum. The latest release, 2018’s “Desperate Man” is well on it’s way. It debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums, and feature Church’s first two No. 1 single hits, “Some of It” and “Round Here Buzz”. He’s also released two live albums and 25 other singles.
“Desperate Man” was responsible for his most-recent CMA Award nominations, Entertainer of the Year, Album of the Year and Music Video of the Year (for “Some Of It,” directed by Reid Long).
Church follows a Sunday lineup that includes Ashley Mcbryde, Lonestar, Jon Langston, Meghan Patrick and the Jason Lee Partin band, who won the Rising Thunder Battle of the Bands to get their spot.
Come see Eric Church and get your tickets for the rest of the Country Thunder lineup at Osceola Heritage Park March 27-29.