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Church shows some "Heart" today

Friday, April 16, 2021 – Eric Church was very productive during the pandemic, going away to rural North Carolina to record three albums worth of material. The first of the three albums, "Heart," is out today with nine songs. "&," a release for Church choir (Church's fan club) members, drops on Tuesday with "Soul" coming out next Friday. Among the songs on "Heart" was the tough sounding single "Stick That in Your Country Song." Three of the songs - "Heart on Fire," "Heart of the Night" and "Never Break Heart" - all have "heart" in the title. Church had a hand in writing eight of the nine songs. "Stick That in Your Country Song," written by Davis Naish and Jeffrey Steele, was the only song he did not write.

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