Eric Church named Artist-In-Residence for Country Music Hall of Fame. The event, which is taking place on August 29th and 30th, will feature Church as he performs two shows.
Luckily for Church fans and attendees of this year’s event, the singer will be specifically designing these shows for the event. This is something that Church is proud to showcase and will also allow for attendees to witness Church’s music like no other event has.
Along with the two special performances, Church is also going to be given a special exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame’s Museum. This is all dedicated to Church’s life and career, highlighting all of his many accomplishments. This exhibit will be open on July 13 and will end in June 2024.
Look at Eric Church’s Statement about His New Exhibit Below!
“As a student of the rich history of country’s most prolific artists, the Country Music Hall of Fame is a shrine of reverence for this songwriter’s heart,” Church states. “I’m honored and humbled to be in such esteemed company.”
Previously, this specific award has been awarded to some of the greatest names in country music, such as Alan Jackson, Miranda Lambert, Kenny Hoggins, Earl Scruggs, and many more. Based on the statement above, this is something that Church has taken into consideration as he humbly accepts the award.
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