11 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Eric Church may not have been the first to blend modern country with bluesy Southern rock and outlaw honky-tonk, but his breakout album, Chief, made him a superstar. “Drink in My Hand” is a “Take This Job and Shove It” for a new generation of blue-collar good ol’ boys, while “Homeboy” is a heartfelt ballad lovingly addressing a younger brother headed down a dangerous path. And in blockbuster hit “Springsteen,” Church gives a nostalgia look back at the music from his formative years.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Eric Church may not have been the first to blend modern country with bluesy Southern rock and outlaw honky-tonk, but his breakout album, Chief, made him a superstar. “Drink in My Hand” is a “Take This Job and Shove It” for a new generation of blue-collar good ol’ boys, while “Homeboy” is a heartfelt ballad lovingly addressing a younger brother headed down a dangerous path. And in blockbuster hit “Springsteen,” Church gives a nostalgia look back at the music from his formative years.

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