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Eric Church's 'Outsiders Radio' Features New Songs from Country Star, Plus Allman Brothers, Mavis Staples and Dwight Yoakam

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Eric Church fans will find it worthwhile to tune into the country star's new radio show on SiriusXM Radio every month. Outsiders Radio will broadcast on the The Highway station on the last Friday of every month and promises to include previously unheard tracks from his catalogue (from The Boot).

The first episode aired on February 27, marking the one-year anniversary of the release of his acclaimed chart-topping album The Outsiders during 2014. As part of the debut, he also debuted a track from the album's sessions titled "Good For That," which you can listen to at the bottom of the page.

Church is known for actively promoting his diverse taste in music (as in...not just country) so fans must have been a little surprised that the first half of Outsiders Radio stuck pretty faithfully to The Highway's genre of choice. However he branched out during the closing tracks, including a Wilson Pickett cover of The Beatles' "Hey Jude," a live jam from The Allman Brothers and Mavis Staples covering Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Wrote A Song For Everyone." You can check out the full setlist below.

If you want to catch the whole show, you can tune in again on Monday at Midnight or Wednesday this week at 11 PM.

01) "Good For That" by Eric Church

02) "Had My Reasons" by Anders Osbourne

03) "Let The Good Times Roll" by JD McPherson

04) "Rum" by The Brothers Osbourne

05) "Fast As You" by Dwight Yoakam

06) "Hungover" by Brandy Clark

07) "Ronnie and Neil" by The Drive-By Truckers

08) "Hey Jude" by Wilson Pickett

09) "Night Moves" by Bob Seger

10) "Here's To Us" by Halestorm

11) "Wrote A Song For Everyone" by Mavis Staples

12) Allman Brothers Live Track(?)

13) "The Outsiders" by Eric Church (special extended edition)

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