Singer surprises capacity crowd with appearances by Trace Adkins and Jelly Roll in addition to special guest Ray Fulcher
“Operation Finally Home Presents Craig Morgan Live at the Ryman, powered by Monster Energy,” broadcast around the world with the American Forces Network
Broken Bow Records presents career milestone plaque
Army veteran, country music hit-maker and author Craig Morgan played his first-ever headlining concert at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium over the weekend, selling out the historic venue on Veterans Day and performing a more than 90 minute show packed with hits including “Bonfire,” “Redneck Yacht Club,” “International Harvester,” “This Ain’t Nothing,” “That’s What I Love About Sunday,” and “The Father, My Son and The Holy Ghost.” The sold-out show was the final date of his headlining Operation Finally Home Welcomes “God, Family, Country Tour 2022” with Craig Morgan.
In addition to a set by special guest Ray Fulcher, Craig stunned the crowd with surprise appearances by country music icon Trace Adkins performing “Arlington” and multi-genre phenomenon Jelly Roll joining Craig on a rendition of “Son Of A Sinner” in addition to the veteran’s inspirational hit “Almost Home.” Later in the show, Craig welcomed his Panama platoon on stage during a patriotic performance of “Paradise” and the capacity crowd lit up the auditorium in patriotic red, white and blue during “Soldier.” Before the night was over, Broken Bow Records executives Jon Loba (President, BMG Nashville) and JoJamie Hahr (SVP, BBR Music Group) presented a career milestone plaque to the singer, recognizing more than 2 billion career streams as well as Craig having achieved the label’s first Top 10 (“Almost Home”) and No. 1 single (“That’s What I Love About Sunday”).
In celebration of Veterans Day, Craig partnered with the American Forces Network to broadcast the sold-out “Operation Finally Home Presents Craig Morgan Live at the Ryman, Powered by Monster Energy” concert over the weekend. Nearly 350,000 U.S. service members and families serving overseas enjoyed the concert experience November 12 and 13 via one of the world’s largest television and radio networks, broadcasting 24/7 around the globe.
View photos from Craig Morgan’s sold-out Ryman Auditorium show HERE.
Photo Credit: Alexa Campbell
The sold-out Veteran’s Day headlining show at Ryman Auditorium coincided with the release of Craig’s God, Family, Country (Deluxe Edition), which features four new sides including “How You Make A Man.” He appeared on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” on Veterans Day (Nov. 11) to talk about his experiences in the military (watch HERE) and recently appeared on “Inside The Base” (Circle TV) during a return visit to Ft. Bragg. Listen to Craig’s God, Family, Country (Deluxe Edition) now HERE.
Craig’s expanded album and headlining tour follows closely on the heels of his personal memoir — God, Family, Country — released this fall in partnership with Blackstone Publishing and available HERE. God, Family, Country, which Craig wrote with Jim DeFelice, #1 New York Times bestselling co-author of American Sniper, details Craig’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. Country music fans and thrill seekers alike will love this intimate look at Craig’s remarkable life. Learn more HERE.
Find tickets to see Craig on tour at craigmorgan.com