Eric Church Takes CBS-TV Behind The Curtain
February 5, 2015 at 2:24 PM (PT)
EMI NASHVILLE artist ERIC CHURCH allowed CBS-TV camera crews to follow him and his crew for 24 hours on a recent run from FRESNO to LOS ANGELES.
Giving the network a rare behind-the-scenes look at the making of his "THE OUTSIDERS WORLD TOUR" and the one hundred plus person production, CHURCH gave insight to the efforts behind putting together the working parts of the record-selling show. The nine-month tour consists of loading in and out of 14 tractor trailers and 18-plus-hour days for each crew member to pull off the complete execution of the stage production.
"These guys, they're my family," CHURCH shared with CBS-TV's MARK STRASSMANN. "They would have my back in any situation, and I would have theirs. They've busted their ass since 7am, and they've been out there doing what they do. And I feel like when I walk out there, I get to, for them, spike the ball."
See CHURCH's full interview with CBS-TV below.