You’ll Never Guess Who Opened for Eric Church in Alabama!

Eric Church headed to Alabama for a show on The Outsiders World Tour over the weekend, continuing to fulfill his theme of “expected the unexpected” at each stop he makes.

When fans arrived and prepared for the opening act to come on stage, Eric Church himself – and by himself – entered, likely causing confusion and excitement for the crowd. Church then proceeded to play a forty-five minute acoustic set before his band joined him for the headlining portion of the show.

In total, Church, as opener and headliner, played for almost three hours and entertained his fans with twenty-eight songs. The venue’s record-breaking number of attendees sang along for the entire time, filling Orange Beach with a Church choir.

Church will appear tonight in Nashville at AT&T U-verse CMA Fest at LP Field to help close the music-packed week for fans and artists, alike.

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Photo courtesy: Jill Trunnell

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