Eric Church has just revealed plans to release 122 brand new live recordings to fans over the coming weeks.
The country star has partnered with Apple Music to roll out the tracks over the next two weeks. The first 30 songs will be released tomorrow (Sept. 1) exclusively through the platform. The entire collection of songs will be made available via most major streaming platforms beginning Sept. 15.
The recordings were made during Church's record-breaking Holdin' My Own Tour, which wrapped up earlier this summer. Fans can expect live versions of his biggest hits, along with some deep cuts and likely a few covers. Church performed a different cover tune in each city he stopped at, so there's plenty to pick from for the collection.
You can watch Eric reveal this news in the video below.
This isn't the first time Church has surprised fans with unannounced releases. He dropped his 2015 record Mr. Misunderstood without any promotion or fanfare.
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Later this year, a recording of Church singing "When I See This Bar" will be featured on Kenny Chesney's new live album, Live in No Shoes Nation.
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