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Stick That in Your Country Song:

    Fans on social media were clamoring over Eric Church’s performance at the 2020 Academy of Country Music Awards, with many agreeing the display was one of the best of the evening. The singer-songwriter sang his new single, “Stick That in Your Country Song,” which urges other artists in the business to speak out on issues such as racial injustice in cities like Baltimore, Detroit and Chicago and also sheds a light on the grave difficulties many veterans endure after coming back from war. Church’s song, which was written by Jeffrey Steele and Davis Naish, also touches on the nation's fractured education system in which many teachers are underpaid for their efforts. KEITH URBAN KICKS OFF 2020 ACMS, ADDRESSES COVID-19 AND SOCIAL INJUSTICE...
    Eric Church believes country music should dive deeper into more serious subject matter and is using his new single “Stick That in Your Country Song" to deliver his message. On his track, the singer-songwriter urges fellow country artists to cover topics such as social injustice issues people are facing in cities like Detroit and Baltimore, veterans having a difficult time returning from war and teachers being underpaid. "Stick that in your country song / take that one to number one / get the world singing along / stick that in your country song," Church sings in the song written by Jeffrey Steele and Davis Naish. Eric Church performs onstage during day 2 for the 2019 CMA Music Festival on June 07, 2019, in Nashville,...