Craig Morgan Tickets
Craig Morgan is a country music singer from Kingston Springs, Tennessee. He has been in the industry since the year 2000 and has produced seventeen hits that have charted the Billboard’s country lists. Craig Morgan tickets for his upcoming show will soon be available to his fans.
Craig Morgan Venues
- Craig Morgan Berglund Performing Arts Theatre
- Craig Morgan Eight Seconds Saloon
- Craig Morgan Island Resort & Casino
- Craig Morgan Limelight Eventplex
- Craig Morgan Northern Lights Theatre At Potawatomi Casino
- Craig Morgan Parker Playhouse
- Opry At The Ryman: Craig Morgan Ryman Auditorium
- Craig Morgan Warner Theatre - DC
Craig Morgan Cities
- Craig Morgan Fort Lauderdale FL
- Craig Morgan Harris MI
- Craig Morgan Indianapolis IN
- Craig Morgan Milwaukee WI
- Craig Morgan Nashville TN
- Craig Morgan Peoria IL
- Craig Morgan Roanoke VA
- Craig Morgan Washington DC
Latest Craig Morgan Events
- Craig Morgan, Limelight Eventplex tickets for 10/29 08:00 PM at Limelight Eventplex, Peoria, IL
- Sat Oct 29 2016
- Opry At The Ryman: Craig Morgan, Oak Ridge Boys, The Del McCoury Band & Tucker Beathard, Ryman Auditorium tickets for 11/08 07:00 PM at Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN
- Tue Nov 08 2016
- Craig Morgan, Warner Theatre - DC tickets for 11/10 08:00 PM at Warner Theatre DC, Washington, DC
- Thu Nov 10 2016
- Craig Morgan, Berglund Performing Arts Theatre tickets for 11/11 07:30 PM at Berglund Performing Arts Theatre, Roanoke, VA
- Fri Nov 11 2016
- Craig Morgan, Northern Lights Theatre At Potawatomi Casino tickets for 11/18 08:00 PM at Northern Lights Theatre At Potawatomi Casino, Milwaukee, WI
- Fri Nov 18 2016
- Craig Morgan, Parker Playhouse tickets for 12/04 08:00 PM at Parker Playhouse, Fort Lauderdale, FL
- Sun Dec 04 2016
- Opry At The Ryman: Craig Morgan, Ryman Auditorium tickets for 12/06 07:00 PM at Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN
- Tue Dec 06 2016
- Craig Morgan, Eight Seconds Saloon tickets for 01/11 06:00 PM at Eight Seconds Saloon, Indianapolis, IN
- Wed Jan 11 2017
Craig first began his career as a singer after serving the United States Army for a considerable period of time. He was signed by Atlantic Records with whom he released his first hit record. After the Nashville branch of the company closed down, he moved to a different label, Broken Bow Records. With them, he recorded and released three more albums. Among his biggest hits of the time is "That’s What I Love About Sunday", a song that remained on the top of the charts for nearly a month. It was also the biggest country music hit of that year. Since then, Morgan has changed one more label and has released a greatest hits compilation album.
Morgan was born and raised in Tennessee. He received education in medicine and eventually was recruited into the army as a medical technician. On finishing his term and returning home, he did several different jobs in order to look after his family. For a short time, he worked at Wal-Mart and later on tried his luck as a construction worker. He eventually moved to Nashville to pursue a career in music. He started small, working for different companies as a demo singer for songwriters or other recording companies. These demos found their way to some influential producers in Nashville, in particular to those at Atlantic Records. Thus by the year 2000, he had released his debut album, "Craig Morgan". Norro Wilson and Buddy Cannon worked on the album as producers while Harley Allen and Bill Anderson helped write the songs. The first single, "Something to Write Home About" managed to reach the top 50 on Billboard and the follow up track featured Merle Haggard.
Morgan’s first album received largely mixed reviews. Country Standard Time said that although Morgan has a nice singing voice, the songs themselves seem too manufactured and have nothing new to offer. Others called the first single a pedestrian effort, but did notice the potential in his voice and music to make it big in the country music scene. Morgan later on released a Christmas single as well called "The Kid in Me." It was around this time that the record label’s Nashville division closed down. Craig however assured his fans that his career was safe because he was still under a contract.
The following year, Morgan got signed to Broken Bow Records, which was an independent company. Finally, in 2003, he was able to release his sophomore record, "I Love It." The first single from it was "God, Family and Country", which was meant as a tribute to Randy Hardison, who used to be his session drummer. The song also managed to reach the top 50. The next tune to be released was "Almost Home" which reached the top ten. This was in fact the very first time that any of his songs had charted so high on the charts. It also brought him to the Billboard Hot 100 charts, making it his first mainstream breakthrough single. Moreover, Kerry Kurt Phillips and Morgan ending up winning the songwriters award at the Broadcast Music Incorporated. The next singles off this album were "Look At Us" and "Every Friday Afternoon", both of which managed to reach the top 30.
In September of 2008, Morgan was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry. This is a huge honor as he was ranked along some of the biggest names in the industry such as Dolly Parton and Martina McBride. During this period of time, he got signed to Sony BMG Records in Nashville. With them, he released yet another album, "That’s Why" which produced top 10 hits such as "Love Remembers" and "This Ain’t Nothing."
Morgan’s latest work has been his 2011 album "This Ole Boy". In 2013, he released a compilation album called "The Journey (Livin’ Hits)" which he is planning to promote in concert for the rest of the summer. Craig Morgan tickets must be booked in time to attend the event.