Eric Church is known for throwing plenty of great cover songs in his live sets. During a recent visit to Tampa, Fla., the country star decided to shake things up and play something new.
Church told the crowd that he likes to play one song that has a link to whatever city he's in. While in Panama City, he heard John Anderson's 1992 hit "Seminole Wind" on the radio. Although he admitted he had never played the song live before, he gave his all with this rousing cover.
Watch his full performance below.
If you can't get enough killer covers from Eric, check out his renditions of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" and The Band's hit tune "Ophelia."
Church is currently out on his 2017 Holdin' My Own Tour. Instead of featuring opening acts, the unique trek features two separate solo sets from the "Talladega" singer.
In September, he'll embark on additional live dates that include support from Brothers Osborne and rising artist Ashley McBryde. You can find more info on ticketing and tour dates via Church's official website.
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