Eric Church CMA FestHere’s a piece of advice for country music fans: Don’t miss an opportunity to see Eric Church live because you never know what will happen.

This time around on the always-eventful Outsiders World Tour, Church opened for himself in front of a record crowd at The Amphitheater on The Wharf in Orange Beach, Alabama, playing a 45-minute acoustic set before joining his full band for his regular show. The seven-time GRAMMY Award-nominated singer played 28 songs over a period of nearly three hours, mixing deep cuts like “Before She Does” and “Carolina” with hits “Talladega,” “Cold One” and “Wrecking Ball” from universally acclaimed 2014 album “The Outsiders.”

Church has vowed that no two shows on The Outsiders Tour will be the same and fans and critics have responded with enthusiasm. A venue record 10,021 fans sang along the whole night in Orange Beach. It’s the fifth attendance record for Church on the tour, which has been ranked No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Tours list.

The Outsiders Tour returns the road June 20 in Marion, Illinois, but not before Church makes two more high-profile appearances in a week full of them. First he joins Kenny Chesney’s The Big Revival Tour tonight at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Then he’s back in Nashville for the second time this week to help close down the CMA Music Festival at LP Field on Sunday.

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Here’s a piece of advice for country music fans: Don’t miss an opportunity to see Eric Church live because you never know what will happen. This time around on the always-eventful Outsiders World Tour, Church opened for himself in front of a record crowd at The Amphitheater on The Wharf...