Eric Church Sings “Carolina” For The First Time In 2008 Video

Eric Church Sings “Carolina” For The First Time In 2008 Video | Classic Country Music Videos

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Back in 2008, when Eric Church had long hair, the Chief stopped by the studio at KISS 99.9 in Asheville, North Carolina, to debut a song that would go on to become the title track of his album Carolina.

Carolina is the second studio album by Church. It was released on March 24, 2009, via Capitol Records Nashville. In addition to the song “Carolina,” the album also contains hits from Church such as, “Love Your Love the Most,” “Hell On The Heart,” and “Smoke A Little Smoke.”


The North Carolina native sat down in the studio and gave a little introduction for the song.

“Song for the home state here, this is the title track of the new record ‘Carolina.’ First time I’ve ever done it acoustic so we’ll see what happens here…there’s a nice yodel part you’re gonna love.”

He jokes around about it being difficult to yodel at 7 o’clock in the morning, but as usual, he knocked the performance out of the park.

That moment you're looking for something on an old hard drive, and find lost footage you shot of Eric Church with Eddie Foxx at 99.9 Kiss Country playing "Carolina" acoustic for the first time ever, back in 2008.

Posted by Zack Massey on Monday, July 24, 2017

Eleven years later, Church is still going strong writing and releasing music that embodies his country-rock roots. His latest single, “Stick That In Your Country Song” addresses issues in our world today, and the lyrics Church sings dare other artists to take these issues and ‘Stick it in their country song.’

Watch Church’s music video for “Stick That In Your Country Song” below.

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