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Craig Morgan reveals His Origins

Posted on 16 November 2012 by Bill West


Craig Morgan

“I tell people all the time ‘I’m not a redneck, I’m not a hillbilly and I’m not a cowboy.  And I don’t pretend to be,” says Craig Morgan in Origins: Craig Morgan premiering Wednesday, November 14, 10:00 p.m./EST on GAC.  “What I am is a country boy.”


Morgan is a native Tennessean who’s raised his family on a five acre spread in Dickson, TN., west of Nashville.  Those who know him best – his wife, his father, his manager, even his Army commander – help tell Morgan’s story of two successful careers, one as a chart-topping country star and one as a respected military man. In fact, he’s the first to admit that he nearly chose to make the Army his career.  “When I was in the Army, I caught myself playing guitar and writing songs.  I’d come home on a four-day weekend and go to Nashville and do a writer’s night but I was still in the Army fulltime,” Morgan says.  “I had a family so I didn’t want to jump out of the Army and go to something that wasn’t going to happen.”


Fortunately for him, it did happen; he signed a major label record deal while still in the Reserves and since then he’s charted 14 Top 10 hits and became a member of the Grand Ole Opry while continuing to enjoy family life, and hobbies like hunting and riding dirt bikes competitively.  “When I’m hunting, it’s the only thing I do in my life where my brain is not running 90 miles an hour.”


Morgan also continues to give back to the military, travelling to Afghanistan and Iraq and spending time with soldiers whenever possible.  “They are doing something for people that are making sacrifices most humans cannot comprehend,” he says of his ongoing volunteer work with military outreach.


Viewers will also be treated to acoustic performances of some of Morgan’s biggest hits including “More Trucks Than Cars,” “Love Loves a Long Night,” “Redneck Yacht Club” and “This Ole Boy,” performed at Dickson’s Grand Ole Hatchery, a club where he’d try out his songs long before getting a record deal.

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Craig Morgan Charity Ride with Tippin too

Posted on 29 July 2010 by editor

Craig Morgan

The Craig Morgan Charity Ride is set for Saturday, August 7th and Sunday, August 8th, 2010, in Morgan’s hometown of Dickson, Tenn. (30 miles west of Nashville). Proceeds from the two-day event, which includes a ride and concert will benefit the Craig Morgan Charity Fund.

On Saturday, August 7th, the event will kick-off in Van Leer, TN (near Dickson), where you can join professional motocross riders Kevin Windham, Cowboy Kenny Bartrum, Fred Andrews, Barry Hawk and others for a motocross exhibition and a group trail ride – fun for the entire family. Gates will open at 8:00 am, exhibition and ride begin at 10:00 am and lunch will follow at 11:00 am.

The Ride tickets are as follows:
Pre-registration: Ride Tickets $40.00 and includes lunch
Day of Registration tickets $45.00 and includes lunch
Spectator tickets are available for $15 and include lunch.

Sunday, August 8th, Craig will host an acoustic concert with special guest Aaron Tippin at the Dickson Middle School in Dickson, TN. Doors will open at 6:00 pm the show will start at 7:30 PM. Tickets for this event are $35.

This years sponsors include: Fly Racing, Tennsco, The Dickson Herald, Tri-Star, Whitt’s Barbecue, The Dickson Shopper, Dikson Graphics, Mary K, McNeal M.D. and the Tennessee Bun Company.

Tickets may be purchased by clicking the link below, or you can visit your local Tri-Star Bank. Check local listings for locations.

More details are available at

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Carrie On… Tour

Posted on 14 December 2009 by editor

She Won Entertainer Award too!

She Won Entertainer Award too!

The always flawless Carrie Underwood gets behind her number one selling “Play On” CD with the 45 City Play On Tour.

Along with the 2009 ACM Entertainer of the Year’s batch of hits from three albums (and Idol) she’ll welcome Craig Morgan and Sons of Sylvia as openers.  Tickets on sale starting Friday (the 18th of this month).

Take a look-see at these here dates:

Mar. 11: Reading, Pa. (Sovereign Center)
Mar. 12: Albany, N.Y. (Times Union Center)
Mar. 13: Providence, RI. (Dunkin Donuts Center)
Mar. 15: Portland, Maine (Cumberland County Civic Center)
Mar. 16: Bridgeport, Conn. (Arena at HarborYard)
Mar. 19: Atlantic City, N.J. (Boardwalk Hall)
Mar. 20: Mashantucket, Conn. (MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods)
Mar. 21: Worcester, Mass. (DCU Center)
Mar. 23: Hamilton, Ontario (Copps Coliseum)
Mar. 24: Kanata. Ontario (Scotiabank Place)
Mar. 26: Trenton, N.J. (Sun National Bank Center)
Mar. 27: Amherst, Mass. (Mullins Center)
Mar. 29: Wilkes Barre, Pa. (Wachovia Arena)
Mar. 31: Rochester, N.Y. (BlueCross Arena)
Apr. 1: Pittsburgh, Pa. (Petersen Civic Center)
Apr. 3: Pikeville, Ky. (Eastern Kentucky Expo Center)
Apr. 6: Columbus, Ohio (Schottenstein Center)
Apr. 7: Peoria, Ill. (Peoria Civic Center)
Apr. 9: Indianapolis, Ind. (Conseco Fieldhouse)
Apr. 10: Rockford, Ill. (Rockford MetroCentre)
Apr. 12: Ft Wayne, Ind. (Allen County War Memorial)
Apr. 13: Saginaw, Mich. (Dow Events Center)
Apr. 14: Lansing, Mich. (Breslin Student Events Center)
Apr. 23: Grand Rapids, Mich. (Van Andel Arena)
Apr. 24: Toledo, Ohio (Lucas County Arena)
Apr. 25: Cincinnati, Ohio (US Bank Arena)
Apr. 27: Richmond, Va. (Richmond Coliseum)
Apr. 28: Charleston, W.Va. (Charleston Civic Center)
Apr. 30: Fayetteville, N.C. (Crown Coliseum)
May 1: Columbia, S.C. (Colonial Life Arena)
May 2: Augusta, Ga. (James Brown Arena)
May 4: Tallahassee, Fla. (Tallahassee County Civic Center)
May 5: Pensacola, Fla. (Pensacola Civic Center)
May 7: New Orleans, La. (Lakefront Arena)
May 8: Lafayette, La. (Cajundome)
May 10: Beaumont, Texas (Ford Park Events Center)
May 12: Austin, Texas (Frank Erwin Center)
May 13: Corpus Christi, Texas (American Bank Center)
May 15: Tucson, Ariz. (Tucson Arena)
May 18: Fresno, Calif. (SaveMart Center)
May 20: Sacramento, Calif. (ARCO Arena)
May 21: Reno, Nev. (Reno Events Center)
May 22: Las Vegas, Nev. (Orleans Arena)
May 29: Everett, Wash. (Comcast Arena at Everett Events Center)
May 30: Spokane, Wash. (Spokane Arena)

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Craig Morgan Single Added To That’s Why Album

Posted on 27 June 2009 by Bill West

Craig Morgan

Craig Morgan

NASHVILLE, TN – Craig Morgan has been heating up concert stages across the country this summer with his high-energy, hit-packed shows, electrifying capacity-level crowds with his unique dynamic of presenting the high energy of an arena rock show, yet maintaining a sense of intimacy with his audience. Craig’s signature hits always bring the crowds to their feet, but lately a new song has been a fan favorite at his shows. “Bonfire” is a newly-written song Craig decided to test out in concert a couple of months ago, and the response to the song was intense and instantaneous. Craig soon added the song to his regular set list, and ultimately decided to give the fans what they want….he went into the studio and recorded the song.

Craig’s record label, BNA, had the same reaction to the song that the fans did, and rather than wait for a new album, decided to add “Bonfire” to Craig’s That’s Why CD. BNA reissued the album this month, with another Morgan-penned new tune, “This Ain’t Nothin’,” also added to the record. The album also includes the Top 10 hit, “Love Remembers.”

“Bonfire” hit radio last month, and is proving to be one of the fastest rising songs of Craig’s career.

“I love writing and singing about the simplest pleasures of life’s little things, and the fans always react to that. I think that’s why ‘Bonfire’ has struck such a chord with everybody,” says Craig of his latest hit. “Whether you’re camping, at the beach or just cooking out, bonfires lots of times are the highlights of a summer party. We’re just bringing a little bit of that party to life in this song!”

To see and hear more about the song, click on the links below:

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