Church plans livestream show, Q&A
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
– Eric Church will play and do a live Q&A for fans on April 20 through Amazon Music.
Following the release of "Heart" this Friday, the first album from his three-part project, Church will perform new music, including "Rock And Roll Found Me" from "Soul" for the first time ever ahead of the album's release next Friday.
Starting at 9 p.m. eastern on April 20, fans can watch on the Amazon Music Twitch channel and within the Amazon Music mobile app. The performance will also be available to watch on the Amazon Music Twitch channel for four days afterwards.
"Heart," "&" and "Soul" grew out of recording sessions in rural North Carolina, where Church and his collaborators wrote and recorded a song from start to finish each day for nearly a month. The three-part, 24-song collection includes the middle album, "&" specifically for the Church Choir only as a vinyl record on Tuesday.
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