Eric Church will have his own cameo exhibition, “Eric Church: Inside The Outsider,” at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum opening Sept. 18. The new exhibit will spotlight Church’s path to stardom and include guitars, stage wear, pics, song manuscripts, and more from his personal collection, and will run through February 2016.
Prior to Church’s two-night acoustic run at Nashville’s new outdoor Ascend Amphitheater July 30-31, the singer will also offer unique Church memorabilia at the Outsider’s Joint, his pop-up store benefiting the Chief Cares Fund, a non-profit founded by Church and his wife that serves over two million people globally. Fans can purchase These Boots by Lucchese, Church’s custom boot line normally reserved for his VIP ticketholders, along with a limited number of special edition posters commemorating the inaugural Ascend Amphitheater show, and other Church merchandise. The first Outsider’s Joint pop-up during CMA Music Fest raised more than $20,000 for the Chief Cares Fund.
The Outsiders Joint pop-up around the Ascend show will be located at 218 S. 11th St. in the 5 Points area of East Nashville across from the Bill Martin Grocery Store.
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