Eric Church promised a party when he took over the Mile-High city as part of his "Holdin' My Own Tour", and that's exactly what 18,000 pumped-up fans got at Denver's Pepsi Center.
The night was an onslaught of music, energy, and talent. With a surprise musical cameo by Glen Hughes and Chuck Leavell, a night of familiar crowd-pleasing routines and over 3 hours of time-tested hits, Church gave the fans a show for the record book!
The show opened up with Mistress Named Music, Thats Damn Rock and Roll and The Outsiders, hits ready-made to get the packed house rocking. The adrenaline he has and passes on to the fans is undeniable.
Pulling tunes from throughout his career with
unrestrained energy Eric took the fans to Church!
Switching up the setlist and quickly becoming a fan favorite was a rousing rendition of "American Woman"
(The Guess Who cover) with special guests Glenn Hughes and Chuck Leavell. Eric attacks each song with a strength and vigor and a passion that rivals any performer, no matter the genre. He most definietly, without a doubt is the Entertainer of the year... And that's a fact!
OH WHAT A SHOW!
Thrilling fans one song at a time
the setlist for the night was filled with hits and fan favoorites from his entire catalog.
Mistress Named Music,
That's Damn Rock & Roll,
Knives of New Orleans,
Drink in My Hand,
How 'Bout You,
Over When It's Over,
Round Here Buzz,
Kill a Word,
Pledge Allegiance to the Hag,
Smoke a Little Smoke
Setlist 2: Ain't Killed Me Yet,
Guys Like Me,
Lotta Boot Left to Fill,
Two Pink Lines,
Like a Wrecking Ball,
(Little Feat cover) (with Chuck Leavell),
(The Guess Who cover) (with Glenn Hughes and Chuck Leavell),
Ain't Too Proud to Beg
(The Temptations cover) (with Glenn Hughes and Chuck Leavell),
Give Me Back My Hometown,
Before She Does,
Mixed Drinks About Feelings,
Three Year Old,
The Encore: Holdin' My Own,
Sinners Like Me,
Those I've Loved
What a footprint... As always, Church brings creativity and originality to his craft and puts on one helluva show like no other performer EVER!.
He is outstanding as is his entire band,
Clearly Eric Church is on top of his game and he's definitely having a record year!