Every Tuesday night for nearly five years, “Family Man” singer Craig Campbell has performed a regular weekly gig at legendary Nashville honky-tonk The Stage. It was on that stage that Campbell was discovered by Bigger Picture Group executives and famed producer Keith Stegall, which led to a record deal and the upcoming March 1 release of his self-titled debut album.
On Tuesday, January 4, with touring and preparation for his record release underway, Craig Campbell will play his last regular weekly set at The Stage.
“The Stage is a really special place, and it’s had a big impact on me and my music,” declares Campbell. “It’s been a training ground for my live show and trying out new songs. I was ‘discovered’ there and met (producer) Keith Stegall for the first time at The Stage. My music probably wouldn’t be what it is today without it.”
Date: Tuesday, January 4
Location: THE STAGE 412 Broadway
Other: 21 and up
CRAIG CAMPBELL: After moving from his hometown of Lyons, Georgia to Nashville in 2002 to pursue his country music dreams, Craig Campbell quickly picked up work as a keyboardist in Luke Bryan and Tracy Byrd’s bands and was later discovered playing a regular gig at legendary Nashville honky-tonk, The Stage. Campbell’s debut single, “Family Man,” is climbing the country radio charts. The song can be found on his debut digital EP, Five Spot, available now at all digital music outlets. “Family Man” will also be included on his upcoming debut album, releasing March 1. To learn more about Craig, visit www.craigcampbell.tv and follow him on Twitter @craigcampbelltv.