Three Day Benefit Concert
Atlanta’s newest venue, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, is planning a massive three-day benefit concert Nov. 15-17 to help raise money for veterans groups and fight homelessness in the fast growing city. The three-day ATLive concert series will open Friday with an all-star country concert headlined by Keith Urban and Blake Shelton and close Sunday with Eric Church and Luke Combs. Artists for a Saturday concert, which will not include country music, will be announced soon.
ATLive will will benefit Johnnie Mac Soldier’s Fund, providing scholarships to veterans, military family members and the children of fallen and disabled veterans, and the Quest Community Development Organization which develops affordable housing and provide needs-based community services in Atlanta. Click HERE for more information.
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Eric Church Scores No. 1 With “Some Of It”
Continuing a dominant year characterized by unrivaled success on the road, Eric Church now pairs that feat with chart-topping success at Country radio as current single “Some Of It” tops both the Billboard and Mediabase charts. “Some Of It” was written by Church together with Jeff Hyde, Clint Daniels and Bobby Pinson and is the second single off Church’s sixth studio album, Desperate Man, praised as one of 2018’s top albums by American Songwriter, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, Variety, Stereogum, The Los Angeles Times, NPR, Rolling Stone, USA Today and Vulture, among others. Read more HERE.
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Throwback to Eric Church’s Early Days
One of Eric Church’s first trips down any red carpet was at the 2006 CMT Music Awards. Back then, the world was still getting to know him. He was two years into his record deal with Nashville’s Capitol Records at the time, and the video for his debut single “How ‘Bout You” had yet to be released. Click HERE to read the full story.
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