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In this case, Eric Church’s fans who numbered more than 16,000 at the Air Canada Centre on Thursday night for the Toronto stop of the country outlaw’s Holdin’ My Own Tour.Then the North Carolina native, in his trademark Ray Ban sunglasses, black shirt and jeans, appeared alone to start the marathon, three hour plus show with Mistress Named Music before his six piece band with special mention to killer backup singer Joanna Cotten joined in at the back of the stage.Things got really interesting when Church broke out his first guitar solo before a local choir appeared to really juice up the opening song’s ending.Church proved to be a real showman, wandering his enormous stage that was the size of a high school track field with slick lights and a box shaped video screen above him.His sound was influenced as much by rock as it was by country, and heeasily segued into That’s Damn Rock and Roll and The Outsiders before delivering his mission statement of the night.”I’m going to come at you as hard as I can come at you with everything I got,” said Church, who appeared to be panting by the fourth song, Knives of New Orleans.”I swear myself and this band, you’re going to get every ounce of what we have. You better give it back to me all night long, ’cause if you do, you’ll never forget this night I promise you.”Certainly those hundred or so people tucked inside his stage in a mini mosh pit won’t ever forget it as his set list continued with such party hearty songs as Drink in My Hand, Cold One, Pledge Allegiance to the Hag (with a picture of the late Merle Haggard appearing at the very end of the song), Smoke a Little Smoke, and fan faves How ‘ Bout You, Mr. Misunderstood, Talladega which saw him signing a racing flag and banner offered up by fans and Like A Wrecking Ball.All this before a 20 minute intermission.Church came back strong again in the second set, opening with Ain’t Killed Me Yet, Guys Like Me during which he signed someone’s banner that said, “I’ll get lucky if you sign her poster,” Lotta Boot Left To Fill, Record Year, Homeboy and Kill A Word, the latter which prompted a big crowd singalong.Then Church claimed to switch up the set list with songs he and his band didn’t know as well but insisted “that’s what makes music fun,” starting with I’m Gettin’ Stoned, Hung Over and Hard Up, and a cover of The Band’s Don’t Do It, before the biggest crowd singalong yet for Give Me Back My Hometown.”You guys are magnificent,” said Church.