Eric toured with Rascal Flatts on the final leg of their "Me And My Gang" tour, which also featured Gary Allan, in 2006.
Eric's video for How 'Bout You reached number one on CMT.
If Eric could have a conversation with any dead country artist he would pick Waylon Jennings.
Eric's favorite city to visit while on tour is Seattle.
Eric's inspiration for Lightning came from watching The Green Mile.
Eric toured with Dierks Bentley on his "Locked and Loaded Tour" across Canada, which also featured Doc Walker in the beginning of 2007.
Eric graduated high school with a degree in marketing.
When Eric was four he stood on top of a table in a local restaurant and sang "Elvira" to one of the waitresses who rewarded him with change.
His parents were his inspiration for him to become a singer/song writer.
Eric's debut album was called "Sinners Like Me" which came out in 2006.
Eric Church graduated from Appalachian State University.
Eric used to be in the band called the Moutain Boys which consisted of Eric, his roommate, his brother, and another guitarist.
In high school Eric played many sports including golf, basketball, and baseball.
Eric Church taught himself how to play the guitar.
Eric was 13 when he started to write songs.
Eric: (referring to his music) If you listen to this, you'll find out who I am.
Eric: The night I got the record deal with Capitol was a really good gig. I knew that whether I got the deal or not, this was as good as I could do. It clicked. You just have those nights. During 'Lightning,' the whole crowd was hushed and I knew they were listening. I knew they were with me on the song, and there's nothing as great as a performer as to capture the crowd.
Eric: I personally like music that goes way out and picks a side.
Eric: I knew I wanted to be a recording artist.
Eric: My dad made me a deal. He said, 'If you'll graduate, I'll pay for your first six months in Nashville,' which I thought was a pretty good offer. I graduated with a degree in marketing and he was true to his word.
Eric: Honesty is my number one responsibility.