Eric Church

Eric Church is an American country singer-songwriter. He rose to fame after the release of his Top 20 country singles "How 'Bout You," "Two Pink Lines" and "Guys Like Me" from his 2006 debut album Sinners Like Me. He is best known for the songs "Drink in My Hand" (2011), "Springsteen" (2012), "Creepin'" (2012), "The Outsiders" (2013), "Give Me Back My Hometown" (2014), "Cold One" (2014), "Talladega" (2014), "Like a Wrecking Ball" (2015), "Record Year" (2016), "Desperate Man" (2018), "Some of It" (2019) and "Hell of a View" (2020). Church has been nominated for ten Grammy awards and has won the CMA Award for album of the year twice for his 2011 album Chief and 2015 album Mr. Misunderstood. He was also honored as the CMA Awards entertainer of the year in 2020.
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