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Eric Church gets hitched

Tuesday, January 15, 2008 – Eric Church married music publisher Katherine Blasingame on Tuesday, Jan. 8 in a private ceremony, attended by immediate family, in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Church's home state of North Carolina.

The wedding took place at the Westglow Spa & Resort in Blowing Rock, N.C. "Katherine and I stayed there last year, and we just fell in love with the place," said Church. "We decided that it would be the ideal spot to get married, up in the North Carolina Mountains with just family around us. I can't imagine a more perfect spot."

Church surprised his bride with a new song, written especially for her, that he performed during the ceremony for the bride and assembled guests. "My brother snuck my guitar in for me, so I think I surprised her," grinned Church.

The entire wedding party stayed at Westglow for most of the week, taking full advantage of the relaxing spa treatments and activities available at the resort.

But no honeymoon for Church. He is back in the studio recording music for his next album, the follow-up to his debut, "Sinners Like Me," ("Guys Like Me," "How 'Bout You"), expected in this summer. Look for the first single from the album to hit radio in March.


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