Morgan chats from his tour bus
Last month, Craig Morgan — Army veteran, country music hit-maker and star of the CBS series Beyond The Edge — released his much-anticipated personal memoir, God, Family, Country, in partnership with Blackstone Publishing. The book, which Morgan wrote with Jim DeFelice, details the country star’s road to success, from his humble childhood in Tennessee to his years as an elite military operative to his country music stardom with 25 Billboard charting hits.
He recently wrapped a six city in-person national book tour where he chatted with fans and personally signing copies of the book. I met with him in Los Angeles where he discussed his life with the small audience.
He will release the deluxe edition of his latest album, God, Family, Country (Deluxe Edition), on November 11th. The project, aptly releasing on Veterans Day and coinciding with his headlining show at Nashville’s iconic Ryman Auditorium, features 14 tracks including “How You Make A Man,” Morgan’s newest single impacting country radio now.
Morgan will launch his headlining Operation Finally Home Welcomes God, Family, Country Tour 2022 with Craig Morgan this fall, playing 11 theater and auditorium dates in October and November. Kicking off October 19th in Green Bay, WI, he’ll be joined by country hitmaker Ray Fulcher to open the shows.
In this episode of The Music Universe Podcast, Morgan chats with us about the memoir, album and how faith keeps him grounded. He was between cities on his tour bus during the Zoom interview, so please forgive any drops in audio and video.
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