Meet Eric Church’s Wife, Katherine Blasingame Church

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photo: Wenn

Meet the woman who tamed Eric Church.

Eric Church touts some serious outlaw country vibes and a classic ‘bad boy’ image, but his wife Katherine Blasingame and two sons bring out his softer side.

Katherine worked as a music publisher and first met Eric while on the job. “… She was trying to hook me up to write with one of her writers that she represented, that was how we met,” Church told Taste of Country. “It’s great now, because being a publisher and being somebody in the industry, I can bounce songs off of her, and she has the knowledge, you know, to be kind of that sounding board of what I should cut and what I shouldn’t cut. So, she’s one of those in the inner circle that I run a lot of stuff by.”

The music industry lovebirds were married on January 8, 2008 in Eric’s home state of North Carolina. The pair selected Westglow Spa & Resort in Blowing Rock for their low-key nuptials. “Katherine and I stayed there last year, and we just fell in love with the place,” he shared with CMT. “We decided that it would be the ideal spot to get married, up in the North Carolina mountains, with just family around us. I can’t imagine a more perfect spot.”

During the ceremony, Eric surprised his bride by performing “You Make It Look So Easy,” a song he wrote for Blasingame. Church’s tune “Like Jesus Does” also has a link back to Katherine’s influence, she found the song and Eric cut it.

On October 3, 2011, they welcomed their first son, Boone McCoy Church (pictured below) and on February 15, 2015, their second son, Tennessee Hawkins “Hawk” Church was born. Their lovely Nashville home was featured in an episode of CMT’s Cribs.

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photo: c/o Elissa Newland

Besides their shared musical pursuits, the married couple head up The Chief Cares Fund, which helps underprivileged families in Tennessee, North Carolina, and across the globe. It’s awesome to see such a well-matched couple thrive and play off of each other’s strengths.

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