|Other Tour Dates (5)|
|Sep 8||Grand Ole Opry feat. Rascal Flatts, Jewel, Craig Morgan, Lee Greenwood, Waterloo Revival, and more to be added||Grand Ole Opry House Nashville, Tennessee|
|Sep 11||Craig Morgan||Four Winds Casino Resort New Buffalo, Michigan||Find Tickets|
|Sep 15||Craig Morgan with Dan plus Shay||Spokane Interstate Fairgrounds Spokane, Washington||Find Tickets|
|Sep 17||Craig Morgan||Knitting Factory Concert House Reno, Nevada||Find Tickets|
|Nov 14||3rd Annual KMLE Country Thunder LaunchFest||Salt River Fields at Talking Stick (OFFICIAL) Scottsdale, Arizona|
Craig Morgan is country music's stealth star. He's had back-to-back #1 singles, massive radio airplay--including country's biggest hit of 2005, solid album sales and a belated nomination in 2006 as the Academy of Country Music's new male vocalist of the year, yet his recognition factor has not quite caught up to the scope of his popularity and his level of success.
That is all about to change with his latest CD, Little Bit of Life.
Morgan likens his career to a catapult that has been stretched all the way back through hard touring, steady radio airplay and media exposure and is now poised to heave that career forward with projectile force. He has two secret weapons in his arsenal. As a singer, Morgan has a clearly identifiable voice. As a songwriter, he displays a distinct point of view.
Little Bit of Life is Morgan’s fourth album and third for the red-hot independent label Broken Bow Records. His previous albums spawned such memorable hits as I Got You, Redneck Yacht Club, and the poignant Almost Home, as well as That’s What I Love About Sunday, which spent five weeks at No. 1 and ended 2005 as country radio’s most played song of the year, surpassing hits by Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban, George Strait, Sugarland and Faith Hill, among others.
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