Brett Eldredge has changed the way he spends his time on the road.
Brett used to keep to himself saying, “I would… get done with the show and go on the bus and get in bed or just get in my comfort zone.”
But now Brett takes that time to bond with his band and crew. “We’ll play dodge ball, we’ll play wiffle ball, we’ll go on hikes and then me and the crew… go tell stories after the show, before the show, and maybe have a drink… now I’m trying to expand my comfort zone. I’m getting more comfortable with this whole life of music, and I’ve always loved it but I’m loving it a lot more now.”
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It’s the smell of beer, the sweat on your skin from a packed house and your best Friday night dance moves to your favorite songs…it’s pouring your heart out over a cold one and everyone holding their beers up saying we are all in this together…we are here and we are live….that’s why I love the dives…this was one of my favorite shows in a long time! Thanks for taking me back to my roots @budlight #DiveBarTour
Move over T Swift! The Chief now holds one of Music City’s most staggering concert records. Eric Church played to 56,521 people Saturday night at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. That beats Taylor’s record by about 400 people!
Eric is also the first artist in history to play Nissan Stadium with no opening act.
Eric said, “I came here 15 years ago and had dreams… but I’m not sure I could dream this big,” he explained of Nashville to his Church Choir.