Brett Eldredge Day in Illinois

Brett Eldredge Day in Illinois

Country singer Brett Eldredge returned to his hometown of Paris, Illinois on Sunday. Hundreds packed the high school gym to see the famous alum, and Illinois Governor Pat Quinn sent a proclamation, declaring it Brett Eldredge Day. Officials unveiled a new sign that will be placed at the city limits showing their support for country singer.
A Valley city welcomed back one of their own this afternoon.

Country singer Brett Eldredge returned to his hometown of Paris, Illinois on Sunday.
   
Hundreds packed the high school gym to see the famous alum, and Illinois Governor Pat Quinn sent a proclamation, declaring it Brett Eldredge Day.
   
Officials unveiled a new sign that will be placed at the city limits showing their support for country singer.
   
Eldredge says he's thankful to come back home for the holidays, and to be from a town that's so supportive of his career.

"I feel like I've won the lottery growing up in a town like Paris, Illinois. This Midwest this Midwest town, this place has so much heart, and it has so much soul. I go to shows all across the country and I might be in Washington DC Seattle or Seattle, and there will be somebody from Paris, Illinois there, people they came to my shows here in Paris. This time just have so much heart," said Eldredge.

Next up, Eldredge will be performing at the Music City New Year's Eve Bash in Nashville.
   
He's then hitting the road with Keith Urban and Little Big Town.
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