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He was amazing - first part acoustics and only Eric was so impressive. Full band came in and energy lit up the arena! Awesome
from Calgary, Alberta
BEST ENTERTAINER EVER!!
Gives all of himself
Tamara F from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
GO ERIC GO!!
Wow, fantastic concert. This man can sing. He put on a great show and sang for almost 3 hours and that was after waiting another hour so everyone was able to get in to the event Centre It was like he didn’t want to stop singing and engaging with the crowd. Thanks for making our first big outing a great night.
A Member of the Church from Cheyenne, Wyoming
GATHER AGAIN. THE CHIEF. THE CROWD. THE ENERGY. THE MUSIC.
People do not always realize what they need. Being with people energizes us. The pandemic has splintered and defeated us. When we were able, we “Gather Again”. The Man has more enthusiasm for his craft than anyone can understand. When your passion falls into your career, the impossible becomes possible. The Hero shows up and steps up to lead the crowd through healing. The crowd singing at the top of lungs. The soulful lyrics that takes memories to the front, emotions to the top and humility to the heart. My soul needed the combined energy from like minded crowds. The human spirit; undeniable, immovable and striking. It invigorates, it motivates and it gives us relief from isolation. The rhythm guitar chords and frets, the drum beats, expertly orchestrated to bring life to the words. The feel from the stands, the chairs, reverberating to the heart of the crowd. Thank you @EricChurch and the musicians that support his shows for allowing us to “Gather Again".
Greg Allen from Evansville, Indiana
The Eric Church concert was fantastic, but in full transparency, I have to admit I understood very little of the lyrics. I’d catch a word or phrase, but couldn’t tie it in with anything else. Of course, the audience participation lent abundant clues by raising beers, holding up boots, and waving banners of red, white, and blue. Frankly, like with Squid Game and Ted Lasso--subtitles can be helpful.
One song, however, broke through. For several minutes Eric and Joanna sang “She loves me like....” I could tell he, as well as a multitude of folks around me, were deeply touched by how “she loved him”, but I couldn’t decipher just what analogy they were using. Near the end of the song the band fell silent. After a dramatically-long and carefully-timed pause, Eric reignited the song with “Jesus does.”
What a picture! I was pleasantly surprised by the freshness of the line. It’s not what I was expecting. Having heard dozens of songs about a rugged, beaten-up-by-life, hard-loving cowboy of a man being loved by a delicate and sensitive woman who sees to his worthy core, I was expecting the end of the line to be more predictable and cliche.
“...like Jesus does” really made the song, I thought. Touching, memorable, and elevating. A good way to end a chorus and begin the wrap-up portion of the set list.
Until the next morning.
I woke up in a figurative cold-sweat. I wasn’t cold or sweating, but the unsettling feeling within me gripped me and I knew the revelation within me demanded formal expression. I was beginning to feel it held the power to change lives. Well, at least change my life.
Surely, “loving like Jesus did” is not a new concept. I could explain that notion in theological terms. I could give examples of attempts to display it. I’ve even been on mission trips where we felt like we were doing all in our human power to “love like Jesus” for a few weeks in a far-away land among people with whom we had little in common and would likely never see again.
Somehow, that idea was not the same as the one the talented and hard-working folks on the stage that night were singing about. Somehow the denim-and-boots man in the bright lights, whom you felt had been through the wringer and had been picked up with compassion and empathy by a true companion and lover, was not speaking about theology or a short-term mission trip.
That cut deep.
That type of love can’t be faked. That level of love transforms and penetrates. No one escapes unchanged. Having seen this picture, I couldn’t turn away. I felt compelled to use it as measuring stick--not of how I am loved, but how I love.
I don’t know if I can love like Jesus does--or anywhere close, but I know I can love better than I do. I don’t need to be able to love in an “all-powerful” way, I but I can try to love in an “all-in” way. Loving like Jesus doesn’t have to be with healing and forgiveness that eradicates a sin nature. But it can mean sitting with someone through the not-so-healing times and forgiving offenses in a way that allows someone to start over and experience abundant life without the weight of condemnation.
Surely I can make an attempt in that direction.
I’ll be okay if I don’t get the opportunity to share love and resources to those in a far-off land, but I’m not okay with walking past a person on the street in front of our home and not taking advantage of a possible invitation to connect and encourage one another.
I can’t usher in the dawn of a new day for mankind, but I can allow my wife to wake up in a space where we both have a renewed chance to experience life together absent of grudges, resentment, or feeling our unworthiness will affect our partner’s love for us. What would that feel like?!
I suspect many of us will hear about love in a worship service on Sunday morning, but I felt I learned quite a bit about love at a Church service on Saturday night.
from Boston, Massachusetts
ERIC CHURCH AT SNHU ARENA IN MANCHESTER NH DEC/03/2021
Eric did not disappoint, 36 songs with no break in between, Granted he started 45 minutes late but 3 hours of non stop songs made up for that. Best concert I have seen in a long long time. Once the high energy bass started kicking in it tattled the bones. Perfect event for the whole family. He runs a center stage floor plan which is very exciting with the band members running all over for cranking up the crowd. If you have not seen him then just do it, very memorable. I brought the wife and it was hard for us to take our eyes off the stage. great light show too. For the price of a good pair of boots you can take in one of the best shows going. I am officially becoming a super fan.
from Chicago, Illinois
THE FAN APPRECIATOR!
First concert after Covid in Chicago last night. United center was lacking space between seats but he rocked! He loves what he does and it shows. He played 3 hours and signed multiple autographs with joy. Joanne has the most beautiful voice and they feed off each other which made it intense. Homeboy is my favorite song which was epic. He went through his whole catalogue of songs and sang his heart out. I had great people around us but a few were falling down from over drinking. Chicago has the best concerts and he performed with his heart and soul. I love performers who appreciate their fame and are not snobs! He is the best! We were in the 3rd row right in front of the stage and the show did not disappoint! CMA fest he was the only one who got a standing ovation. Go see him when you can so worth it! The Windy City south side loves you Eric church….Rock on!!!! What a way to start out the st patty’s day celebration….Slainte’. Moe Stanton,Terry and Meggan
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