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Church goes live with a lot of songs

Friday, September 22, 2017 – Eric Church continued releasing live recordings from his recent tour on the "61 Days in Church" promotion with 30 new songs.

The songs were culled from 200 hours of music across 61 dates in the form of double-set, 3-plus hour shows without an opener. The first group of 30 songs came out Sept. 1. In addition to his songs, he did covers including songs of The Band.

Church plans to continue subsequent releases throughout the year in chronological order of the tour to complete a total of

Church's "61 Days in Church" includes catalogue cuts and singles and cover songs inspired by each tour stop. The songs will initially be released only on the Apple Music platform for a two-week period before being made available on all streaming services. Unique, individual tour posters from each tour stop serve as the artwork for each of the songs' releases.

The music will be released physically.

Today's songs include: Like a Wrecking Ball
Two Pink Lines
Mixed Drinks About Feelings (featuring Joanna Cotten)
Lotta Boot Left To Fill
Over When It's Over (featuring Joanna Cotten)
Ain't Killed Me Yet
Sinners Like Me
The Ballad of Curtis Loew
Record Year
Knives of New Orleans
Without You Here
The Weight (featuring Joanna Cotten)
Three Year Old
Dark Side
Cold One
Homeboy
Jack Daniels
How 'Bout You
That's Damn Rock & Roll (featuring Joanna Cotten)
Before She Does
Where She Told Me To Go
Country Music Jesus
Round Here Buzz
Screw You, We're From Texas (featuring Ray Wylie Hubbard)
Lightning (Acoustic)
Longer Gone
Faster Than My Angels Can Fly
Oh Atlanta (featuring Joanna Cotten)
Talladega
The World Needs A Drink
Kill A Word (featuring Joanna Cotten)
Memphis Medley (How I Got To Memphis/Walking in Memphis)
The Hard Way
Ophelia
Livin' Part of Life
My Town

Ramblin' Gamblin' Man
Pledge Allegiance to the Hag
Up on Cripple Creek
Like Jesus Does (featuring Joanna Cotten)
Don't Do It
Young and Wild
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Hell on the Heart
The Shape I'm In
Misunderstood
Get Up Jake
Chattanooga Lucy (featuring Joanna Cotten)
Sundown
Smoke A Little Smoke (Acoustic)
Alberta
Drink In My Hand
It Makes No Difference
I'm Gettin' Stoned
Portland, Oregon (featuring Joanna Cotten)
Can't Take It With You
Jolene
Better Man

Church's Holdin' My Own Tour sold 930,000 tickets at the end of its run notching his as the top music tour in the first quarter of 2017 .

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