There are all sorts of genres when it comes to music. Rock, rap, and pop are, to name but just a few. However, one style has been around for ages now and withstood the test of time, country music. Plenty of people all across the world listen to these kinds of sweet songs on a daily basis. It doesn't really matter what an individual is in to; there is a little bit of something for everyone with the tunes.
Some folks prefer the melodies that groups have to offer while others enjoy the beats of individual singers. For these purposes, this article will be focusing on the latter. One star that people like seeing in-person, or hearing on the radio, is Eric Church. The musician is responsible for top hits such as…
- Smoke A Little Smoke
- Drink In My Hand
- And Talladega
Die-hard Eric Church fans who want to show their support for the singer have come to the right place. We have gig posters available that persons can hang in their homes or offices for visual appeal. Hence, curious individuals should read on to learn about some of our exceptional options.
1. Eric Church – 2017
There were only 30 of these gig posters printed for the singer's 2017 performance at The Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. This one is signed and numbered by the artist, Status Serigraph. It is easy enough to view from various distances as it measures 18×24-inches. The primary colors are green, beige, and black, which means the poster will match nicely with a range of paint schemes and decor. A cobra is at the front and center wrapped around a beer bottle.
The look on his face appears to be saying, "Go ahead, grab it, I dare you!" This limited edition screen print also contains the name of the tour, venue, and date. The words are large enough to read and easy to make out.
2. Eric Church – 2012
Third Alert Designs created this poster, which is also 18×24-inches. The piece is signed and numbered as well. However, there were 240 of these ones printed. This banner was made for the Tulsa concert at the BOK Center for the Blood, Sweat, and Beers Tour. Like the other selection, this one has the venue name, tour title, and date listed. The poster features a convertible parked on a beach. A woman is sitting on a blanket with her back against the car. She has a drink in her hand, which one can only assume is an alcoholic beverage.