As Eric Church nears the end of his massive Holdin' My Own Tour, the country star is still supplying plenty of great cover songs. With two separate solo sets each night, he has plenty of time to fill with his own tunes. But he's also been incorporating many new and never before heard renditions of country and rock classics.
During his recent stop in Jacksonville, Fla., he opted to take on one of the Allman Brothers' biggest hits. His version of "Ramblin' Man" had all the energy and spirit that made the original such a smash.
Watch the full performance below.
During another tour date in Florida, Church surprised the crowd with a flawless cover of John Anderson's hit, "Seminole Wind." Over the years, he's also performed memorable versions of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" and The Band's hit tune "Ophelia."
Beginning 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 all upcoming tour dates via Church's official website.