WATCH: Eric Church, HARDY & Morgan Wallen’s ‘Sand In My Boots’ Sing-Along with Darius Rucker

Eric Church, HARDY, Morgan Wallen
Eric Church, HARDY, Morgan Wallen
Eric Church, HARDY, Morgan Wallen

Eric Church and HARDY recently joined Morgan Wallen for a sing-along of Wallen’s “Sand In My Boots” and the moment was captured on video for all to see. 

In the clip, which was shared by Wallen on Wednesday evening (June 23), the East Tennessee native is situated between HARDY, Darius Rucker and Eric Church on a couch. Church, HARDY and Wallen join together to perform the fan-favorite track as Rucker watches on. The three artists picked their acoustic guitars and harmonized together throughout the song. Watch it all go down in the clip below. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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HARDY also took to Instagram to capture the moment with a photo of himself alongside Church and Wallen. His photo didn’t include a caption, but has gone on to rake in nearly 50,000 likes. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Wallen and Church seem to be spending quite a bit of time together in recent months. Earlier this week, Wallen shared a snapshot of the pair in a golf cart with the caption, “Couple them southern boys.”

In late April, Wallen documented a photo of them fishing together on a golf course. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Wallen has been a longtime fan of Church and even cut a song he co-wrote on his latest album, Dangerous: The Double Album. The singer/songwriter previously told Country Now that including “Quittin’ Time” on his album was particularly meaningful because he’s always considered Church to be one of his musical heroes. 

“Having him allow me to sing a song that he’s a writer on is truly one of my favorite accomplishments so far,” Wallen said at the time. “I love his style, his attitude, just the way that he’s handled himself has always really resonated with me.”