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PHOTO: Craig Morgan Receives Humanitarian Award

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Last week, Outdoor Channel presented Craig Morgan - country music superstar and host of the network’s “Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors” and “Field & Stream Total Outdoorsman Challenge” – with its first-ever humanitarian accolade at the 13th Annual Golden Moose Awards Powered by RAM (GMA) held in Las Vegas.

Outdoor Channel recognized Craig Morgan – a proud U.S. Army veteran, country music star and TV host – for his tireless efforts in the area of humanitarianism, for his generosity toward the Folds of Honor Foundation
through his partnership with Bushnell and NRA Country.
Morgan has devoted nearly two decades of his life to the U.S. military, including more than ten years of active duty in the Army’s 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions, followed by another nine years in the Reserves. Even
with his demanding music and TV schedule, Morgan continues to not only serve his nation, but those in need through various charitable causes.
Craig Morgan receives the Humanitarian Award backstage at the Golden Moose Awards.

Craig Morgan receives the Humanitarian Award backstage at the Golden Moose Awards.

Bestowed by Outdoor Channel and Bushnell, in partnership with Folds of Honor, the award was presented to Craig Morgan on the GMA stage by Chris W. Cox, executive director of the NRA Institute for Legislative

PHOTO: Craig Morgan Raises $13,000 For Wounded Warriors

Country music star and former soldier Craig Morgan performed at the Inaugural Old City Music Fest at the St. Augustine MarketPlace over the weekend. The concert, which drew more than 7,000 people, was held on Veteran’s Day, Sunday, November 11. Prior to taking the stage in Florida, Morgan made a $13,000 donation to the Wounded Warriors Project to support the organization’s mission to honor and empower wounded service members.

The photo below shows Craig with Dan Nevins of the Wounded Warrior Project.

Photo credit: Kelly Crayne Photography

PHOTOS: Craig Morgan 6th Annual Charity Weekend

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Country music star and award-winning television host Craig Morgan‘s 6th Annual Charity Motocross Ride, Concert and Sporting Clay Shoot was a huge success, bringing in over $73,000 this year alone. His new total amount raised in four years is just over $250,000. Proceeds from the weekend benefited the Craig Morgan Charity Fund, a component fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. Craig’s charitycontinues to raise funds for foster children in Dickson County and throughout Middle Tennessee.

“Year-after-year I am blown away by the support for this event from our celebrity friends and the Dickson and Middle Tennessee communities,” says Morgan.  “I am so proud of the amount of money raised to help the children and families in this area and am already looking forward to our 7th annual event next summer.”

Craig is releasing a brand new single “More Trucks Than Cars” to country radio this week on Black River Entertainment. The song was co-written by Craig with Phil O’Donnell and Craig Wiseman. It’s the latest single off of his new album “This Ole Boy,” which is available everywhere.

Check out the pictures from the event below:

PHOTO: Craig Morgan Visits FOX & Friends Studio

Craig Morgan poses with Steve Doocy during his stop in NY this morning where he performed his new single “Corn Star” on Fox & Friends for their All-American Summer Concert Series.

You can watch Craig’s performance here.

Photo credit Cindy Heath

Country Mix USA To Hit Stores July 17th


Just in time for summer, the musical geniuses behind “The New Dance Mix USA” are going country with “Country Mix USA,” hitting stores on July 17th. The album is the perfect compilation for those summer barbecues or tailgates, delivering 15 country artists from across the globe. Featuring hits from Sonia Leigh, Craig Morgan, Sammy Kershaw, Due West, Tyler Reeve, Jimmie Van Zant and many more.

EXCLUSIVE: Interview With Craig Morgan

Craig Morgan. photo credit: Monarch Publicity / Kristin Barlowe

Craig Morgan has been one heck of a busy guy lately. After releasing his first album in what he admits is “quite a while,” he says that he is genuinely shocked by how well “This Ole Boy” has performed on the charts. The always entertaining Craig called us this morning for a surprisingly serious interview on his career, his newest single “Corn Star,” supporting the military, meeting Conan O’Brien, and why he may be taking a break from singing.

See what pop song Craig told us he will be recording for his next album, a special birthday message for Blake Shelton, and what he’s thinking of taking on permanently besides singing in our exclusive interview with Craig:  

Craig Morgan Honors Army Chief of Staff at The Grand Ole Opry


Craig Morgan may be known for his catchy country hits, but he is also a proud former Army soldier. On Tuesday night, June 13, he was on hand to honor Retired Army Chief of Staff, General George W. Casey, Jr. General Casey recently became the newest member of The Army Historical Foundation’s Board of Directors, which is campaigning to build the National Museum of the U.S. Army at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. He spoke about the Museum at the Opry, in celebration of the Army’s 237th Birthday.

Tickets On Sale for Craig Morgan’s Charity Weekend


Tickets to Craig Morgan’s sixth annual charity weekend go on sale today, Friday, June 15 at NowPlayingNashville.com, as well as all TriStar Bank locations in Dickson, Tennessee. The event will include a celebrity dirt bike and trail ride, concert, and sporting clay event.

The family-oriented event, hosted by Craig Morgan, takes place August 11-12 in his hometown of Dickson. The weekend kicks off Saturday, August 11, with a morning motocross exhibition followed by a group trail ride and lunch. Later that night, Craig and several of his country music friends will take to the stage for an intimate acoustic concert at Dickson Middle School. The sporting clay shoot will take place the morning of August 12 from Nashville Gun Club.

Photos: Craig Morgan’s Fan Club Party


He may be both “This Ol’ Boy” and a “Corn Star,” but Craig Morgan also knows how to throw a party! His Fan Club Party during CMA Music Fest was held at the Listening Room in Nashville. Sponsored by NRA Country, the party included a performance and exclusive Q&A session.

Check out the pics! 

Craig Morgan to Appear on Hotel Impossible


Craig Morgan is set to appear on the Travel Channel’s new series “Hotel Impossible” on Monday, June 11, at 10 PM EST.  In the upcoming episode, Morgan will join hotel guru Anthony Melchiorri as he travels to the Music Valley section on Nashville to the historic Fiddler’s Inn.  Located across the street from the Grand Ole Opry, The Fiddler’s Inn is a 202-room independent hotel that has its original personality.

Upon Melchiorri’s arrival, he is shocked to see a lack of personality in the historic Inn.  The Inn lacks a place for guest to mingle together and has a gift shop filled with bland Nashville souvenirs.  Melchiorri says that for the hotel to survive, it must be redecorated, rebranded, and reconnected with its country music roots.  Melchiorri plans a food truck competition hosted by the hotel, which will be judged by Craig Morgan.  Morgan will also give an acoustic performance of songs off his newly released album, “This Ole Boy.”

Be sure to catch Craig Morgan on “Hotel Impossible” on the Travel Channel at 10 PM EST on Monday, June 11!