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Eric Church & Wife Welcome Baby No. 2: Tennessee Hawkins


Congratulations are in order for Eric Church and Katherine Church.

The country crooner, 37, and his wife welcomed their second child, a son named Tennessee Hawkins, on Sunday, Feb. 15, he announced via Facebook Thursday.

The baby boy, who they call “Hawk,” weighed in at 9 pounds, 12 ounces and was 21 inches long. The couple, who announced their pregnancy news this past September during one of Church’s concerts, are already proud parents to 3-year-old son Boone McCoy.

“I’m thrilled that Hawk and his mom are doing well,” the Cold One singer shared on his Facebook page. “We aren’t sleeping very much, but we are enjoying every part of this incredible journey. I’m very blessed and thankful.”

Church and Katherine were wed in January 2008.

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Eric Church & Wife Expecting Baby No. 2

Eric Church performs at the Shepherd's Bush Empire in London

Congratulations are in order for Eric Church and his wife Katherine.

The country crooner, 37, and his wife are expecting their second child together, E! News reports.

Giving fans a hint about his happy news, the Cold One singer reportedly changed the lyrics to one of his songs at a recent concert.

And perhaps there’s another boy on-the-way?

According to, Church was performing Sinners Like Me during a show in Kentucky during his Outsiders World Tour. But instead of singing the lyrics, “Give my dad a grandson,” he sang out, “Give my dad another grandson.”

Church and his wife are already parents to son Boone, who turns 3 on Friday.

The singer’s North American tour will wrap in early December.

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Second Son on the Way for Eric Church

09/27/2014 at 03:00 PM ET

Eric Church Expecting Second Son
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Boone is getting a brother.

Eric Church and wife Katherine are expecting their second child, another boy, his rep confirms to PEOPLE.

The musician, 37, slyly made the announcement on stage Thursday, tweaking a lyric in “Sinners Like Me” from “Give my dad a grandson of his own” to “Give my dad another grandson of his own,” CMT reports.

The couple was married in January 2008 in North Carolina and welcomed their son Boone McCoy, who turns 3 on Friday, in 2011.

“Everyone always tells you what an awesome and unique experience being a parent is, but words can never do the feeling justice,” Church said at the time.

“The way our life changed in that 24-hour period alone after he was born — just by putting a little boy in the house — was awesome.”

Church is on the road through December in support of his latest album, The Outsiders.

– Sarah Michaud with reporting by Katie Kauss

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Eric Church’s New Album Is ‘Rooted In Good Ol’ Country Tradition’: Review

02/14/2014 at 03:25 PM EST

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In 2012 Eric Church scored the biggest hit of his career with “Springsteen,” and there are times on his fourth studio album, The Outsiders, when the country outlaw makes like the Boss of Nashville.

Just listen to him come out rocking hard on the title-track first single, a stomping rebel anthem that wants to tear the roof off the honky-tonk.

On another electric-guitar-charged rave-up, “That’s Damn Rock & Roll,” Church gets in the gospel spirit to deliver more righteous, Bruce-esque passion, while “Give Me Back My Hometown,” the nostalgic second single, nods to Springsteen’s “My Hometown.”

But even if Church prefers baseball caps to cowboy hats, some of the best Outsiders moments – from the reflective ballads “Dark Side” and “A Man Who Was Gonna Die Young” to “Cold One,” a beer-swilling breakup song – are firmly rooted in good ol’ country tradition.

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