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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Bruno le Mer 16 Fév - 9:13

    Voila une tres bonne nouvelle ! Un 3 eme album studio pour ERIC CHURCH ! Very Happy
    Va falloir que j'écoute ce single ... Et vivement cet été .

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    Re: Eric church

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    Re: Eric church

    Message par cacambo le Jeu 5 Mai - 10:31


    Eric to release new album 'Chief' On July 26, 2011 drole

    To some modern country artists, the words critics are using to describe Eric’s forthcoming third studio album may seem off-putting, but to the trailblazing mutineer and his equally passionate fans, the terms: “strange,” “aggressive,” “wild,” and “rare,” couldn’t be more complimentary. What has been buzzing as the most experiential, head-turning country album of the year will take place on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 with the release of Eric’s third studio album, Chief, to stores nationwide, courtesy of EMI Records.

    “I have a theory that all of us [artists] only get a small window of time to make records when people will really listen and care,” said Eric. “It’s up to us to move the needle. People like Waylon and Cash or Garth and Strait,-- they all took the format and said, ‘We’re going over here,’ and they each changed the direction of the music a little bit-- helping to make it what it is today.”

    That desire to move the needle is the very reason Eric has chosen to use the successes of six Top 20 country singles (“How ‘Bout You,” “Two Pink Lines,” and “Guys Like Me” from his 2006 critically-acclaimed debut, Sinners Like Me; “Love Your Love The Most,” “Hell On The Heart,” and “Smoke A Little Smoke” from his sophomore release Carolina) and an ACM Award for New Solo Vocalist of the Year to push the creative envelope even further with Chief. Eric took a month off and went to a secluded cabin in North Carolina to reflect and write the entire album which he later recorded in Nashville with producer, Jay Joyce (Patty Griffin, Cage the Elephant), who also produced his previous two releases.

    The songs that resulted from the diversion illustrate Eric’s impressive range and infinite creative canvas. Songs like “Drink in My Hand” and “Hungover & Hard Up,” illustrate his ability to connect with a rowdy audience. Other songs like “Springsteen” and “Like Jesus Does,” reveal a deeper emotions complemented by sophisticated song structures; and then there’s “Homeboy” –the provocative lead single—and Eric’s fastest-rising career single to date-- that’s already turning heads and causing critics from USA Today and Billboard to champion the release.

    The “alive and breathing” feel of the new music inspired Eric to name the album, Chief, after a nickname given to his grandfather, and one he has consequently adopted over the years out on the road. “When it’s show time, I put on the sunglasses and the hat, and that’s how people know it’s game time. This album was made from a live place; we recorded it with the live show in mind, so it just seemed right to make that the title,” he adds.

    With the release of his third studio album, Eric hasn’t forgotten the true captains of his career –his loyal fans. “More than anyone else, we have built are career on the backs of the fans,” he says. “We have not had a lot of TV exposure or number one songs, but we have had music that stirs passion, we put on shows that stoke the flames of that passion, and our fans have carried the torch. Our music belongs to them.”

    Chief Track-by-Track
    1. Creepin’ (Eric Church / Marv Green)
    2. Drink In My Hand (Eric Church, Michael P. Heeney, Luke Laird)
    3. Keep On (Eric Church / Ryan Tyndell)
    4. Like Jesus Does (Casey Beathard / Monty Criswell)
    5. Hungover & Hard Up (Eric Church / Luke Laird)
    6. Homeboy (Eric Church / Casey Beathard)
    7. Country Music Jesus (Eric Church / Jeremy Spillman)
    8. Jack Daniels (Eric Church / Jeff Hyde / Lynn Hutton)
    9. Springsteen (Eric Church / Jeff Hyde / Ryan Tyndell)
    10. I’m Gettin’ Stoned (Eric Church / Jeff Hyde / Casey Beathard / Jeremy Cradey)
    11. Over When It’s Over (Eric Church / Luke Laird)

    Fans can expect Eric’s new music video for “Homeboy," which was filmed at Nashville’s Tennessee State Prison, to be featured on CMT as their "Hot Shot Debut" as well as premiere on GAC beginning Monday, May 9. In addition, fans can visit www.cmt.com and vote for Church who is nominated in the 2011 CMT Music Awards Nationwide® Insurance On Your Side® category.

    Currently on tour with Jason Aldean through June 5, Eric will join Toby Keith on tour beginning June 30, continuing into the fall.

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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Manu Chesney le Jeu 5 Mai - 13:08

    Yeahhh, achat direct aussi celui-là !!

    En plus je serai aux US à ce moment là Cool


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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Bruno le Lun 9 Mai - 8:28

    Manu Chesney a écrit:Yeahhh, achat direct aussi celui-là !!

    En plus je serai aux US à ce moment là Cool


    Pareil ! Achat direct . Cool

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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Bruno le Lun 9 Mai - 8:29

    cacambo a écrit:
    Eric to release new album 'Chief' On July 26, 2011 drole

    To some modern country artists, the words critics are using to describe Eric’s forthcoming third studio album may seem off-putting, but to the trailblazing mutineer and his equally passionate fans, the terms: “strange,” “aggressive,” “wild,” and “rare,” couldn’t be more complimentary. What has been buzzing as the most experiential, head-turning country album of the year will take place on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 with the release of Eric’s third studio album, Chief, to stores nationwide, courtesy of EMI Records.

    “I have a theory that all of us [artists] only get a small window of time to make records when people will really listen and care,” said Eric. “It’s up to us to move the needle. People like Waylon and Cash or Garth and Strait,-- they all took the format and said, ‘We’re going over here,’ and they each changed the direction of the music a little bit-- helping to make it what it is today.”

    That desire to move the needle is the very reason Eric has chosen to use the successes of six Top 20 country singles (“How ‘Bout You,” “Two Pink Lines,” and “Guys Like Me” from his 2006 critically-acclaimed debut, Sinners Like Me; “Love Your Love The Most,” “Hell On The Heart,” and “Smoke A Little Smoke” from his sophomore release Carolina) and an ACM Award for New Solo Vocalist of the Year to push the creative envelope even further with Chief. Eric took a month off and went to a secluded cabin in North Carolina to reflect and write the entire album which he later recorded in Nashville with producer, Jay Joyce (Patty Griffin, Cage the Elephant), who also produced his previous two releases.

    The songs that resulted from the diversion illustrate Eric’s impressive range and infinite creative canvas. Songs like “Drink in My Hand” and “Hungover & Hard Up,” illustrate his ability to connect with a rowdy audience. Other songs like “Springsteen” and “Like Jesus Does,” reveal a deeper emotions complemented by sophisticated song structures; and then there’s “Homeboy” –the provocative lead single—and Eric’s fastest-rising career single to date-- that’s already turning heads and causing critics from USA Today and Billboard to champion the release.

    The “alive and breathing” feel of the new music inspired Eric to name the album, Chief, after a nickname given to his grandfather, and one he has consequently adopted over the years out on the road. “When it’s show time, I put on the sunglasses and the hat, and that’s how people know it’s game time. This album was made from a live place; we recorded it with the live show in mind, so it just seemed right to make that the title,” he adds.

    With the release of his third studio album, Eric hasn’t forgotten the true captains of his career –his loyal fans. “More than anyone else, we have built are career on the backs of the fans,” he says. “We have not had a lot of TV exposure or number one songs, but we have had music that stirs passion, we put on shows that stoke the flames of that passion, and our fans have carried the torch. Our music belongs to them.”

    Chief Track-by-Track
    1. Creepin’ (Eric Church / Marv Green)
    2. Drink In My Hand (Eric Church, Michael P. Heeney, Luke Laird)
    3. Keep On (Eric Church / Ryan Tyndell)
    4. Like Jesus Does (Casey Beathard / Monty Criswell)
    5. Hungover & Hard Up (Eric Church / Luke Laird)
    6. Homeboy (Eric Church / Casey Beathard)
    7. Country Music Jesus (Eric Church / Jeremy Spillman)
    8. Jack Daniels (Eric Church / Jeff Hyde / Lynn Hutton)
    9. Springsteen (Eric Church / Jeff Hyde / Ryan Tyndell)
    10. I’m Gettin’ Stoned (Eric Church / Jeff Hyde / Casey Beathard / Jeremy Cradey)
    11. Over When It’s Over (Eric Church / Luke Laird)

    Fans can expect Eric’s new music video for “Homeboy," which was filmed at Nashville’s Tennessee State Prison, to be featured on CMT as their "Hot Shot Debut" as well as premiere on GAC beginning Monday, May 9. In addition, fans can visit www.cmt.com and vote for Church who is nominated in the 2011 CMT Music Awards Nationwide® Insurance On Your Side® category.

    Currently on tour with Jason Aldean through June 5, Eric will join Toby Keith on tour beginning June 30, continuing into the fall.

    Merci pour l'info ! Very Happy

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    Re: Eric church

    Message par cacambo le Mer 18 Mai - 12:14

    p***tain j'adore cette chanson prayin


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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Manu Chesney le Mer 18 Mai - 12:58

    Carrément, moi aussi !

    Vraiment fort cet Eric Church !


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    Re: Eric church

    Message par cacambo le Mar 21 Juin - 14:59


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    Re: Eric church

    Message par shelton le Mar 21 Juin - 19:00

    cacambo a écrit:p***tain j'adore cette chanson prayin


    Terrible ce single,comme le dit Manu vraiment fort ce Eric church.
    Je suis fan.

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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Bruno le Mar 21 Juin - 21:18

    shelton a écrit:
    cacambo a écrit:p***tain j'adore cette chanson prayin


    Terrible ce single,comme le dit Manu vraiment fort ce Eric church.
    Je suis fan.


    Rhaaaaaaaaa ERIC CHURCH ... ce que je peux adorer ce gars !
    Très bon ce "Homeboy" ! Very Happy

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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Manu Chesney le Mar 21 Juin - 22:23

    Putain ce son après le premier couplet love love


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    Re: Eric church

    Message par cacambo le Mar 21 Juin - 23:47

    Sérieux en ce moment j aime de moins en moins la country , Brad praisley , ronnie dunn , tout Ca manque de "guts" pour moi , j espère que Eric va sauver mon amour pour la country

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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Manu Chesney le Mer 22 Juin - 11:52

    Putain qu'est ce qui t’arrive ? Tu déconnes là ? :crazy!


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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Bruno le Mer 22 Juin - 12:45

    cacambo a écrit:Sérieux en ce moment j aime de moins en moins la country , Brad praisley , ronnie dunn , tout Ca manque de "guts" pour moi , j espère que Eric va sauver mon amour pour la country

    Hey dude fait nous une p'tite cure/période Slayer , Anthrax , Metallica , Megadeth , Sacred Reich , Testament , Overkill et revient nous fan de Country ! LOL
    Sinon étonnant que tu n'aimes pas trop le dernier Brad et Ronnie ... c'est 2 très bons albums Country .
    Remarque tu es p'etre + Outlaw Country genre HANK III que de la scène de Nashville . Non ?

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    Re: Eric church

    Message par slide le Mer 22 Juin - 14:20

    Bruno a écrit:
    cacambo a écrit:Sérieux en ce moment j aime de moins en moins la country , Brad praisley , ronnie dunn , tout Ca manque de "guts" pour moi , j espère que Eric va sauver mon amour pour la country

    Hey dude fait nous une p'tite cure/période Slayer , Anthrax , Metallica , Megadeth , Sacred Reich , Testament , Overkill et revient nous fan de Country ! LOL
    Sinon étonnant que tu n'aimes pas trop le dernier Brad et Ronnie ... c'est 2 très bons albums Country .
    Remarque tu es p'etre + Outlaw Country genre HANK III que de la scène de Nashville . Non ?


    ouais cacambo c qui tes artistes Phares en country ?

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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Angel Boy le Mer 22 Juin - 15:28

    Cacambo n'a jamais été un grand fan de ces Chanteurs New Country , enfin d'après ces posts

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    Re: Eric church

    Message par cacambo le Mer 22 Juin - 16:01

    voici les albums qui m'ont marqués prayin







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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Angel Boy le Mer 22 Juin - 17:41

    Hé hé même le Carolina t'as marqué , bon les 2premiers c'est une évidence Cool

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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Manu Chesney le Mer 22 Juin - 19:46

    Ah bah "Carolina" est assez énorme quand même !

    C'est pour ça que moi, le prochain Eric Church, je l'achète les yeux fermés !


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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Bruno le Jeu 23 Juin - 8:13

    Manu Chesney a écrit:Ah bah "Carolina" est assez énorme quand même !

    C'est pour ça que moi, le prochain Eric Church, je l'achète les yeux fermés !


    PAREIL !

    Hé hé même le Carolina t'as marqué

    Perso je place les 2 ERIC CHURCH aux meme niveaux . Very Happy


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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Bruno le Jeu 23 Juin - 8:14

    HEY Cacambo , moi aussi j'suis un gros fan du PRIDE & GLORY ! drole love

    ZAKK WYLDE rulezzzzzzzzzzzzz !


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    Re: Eric church

    Message par shelton le Jeu 23 Juin - 8:18

    L'album de Blackberry Smoke est une référence.

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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Manu Chesney le Jeu 23 Juin - 11:11

    Bruno a écrit:HEY Cacambo , moi aussi j'suis un gros fan du PRIDE & GLORY ! drole love

    ZAKK WYLDE rulezzzzzzzzzzzzz !



    Pride & Glory c'est vraiment trop bon !!

    J'ai découvert cet album y'a pas longtemps, je l'ai acheté direct, et j'ai passé "Cry Me A River" dans mon émission y'a pas longtemps !


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    Re: Eric church

    Message par Bruno le Jeu 23 Juin - 11:23

    Hé hé hé des fans de PRIDE & GLORY ! cheers Putain ce que j'aime ce forum ! Very Happy
    Y'a un album qui est excellent aussi c'est le "Book of shadows" de ZAKK WYLDE sortit peu après le PRIDE & GLORY !
    Moins Country et + acoustique ... mais excellent !
    Je conseille !




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