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Morgan sets book tour

Thursday, August 25, 2022 – Craig Morgan will embark on a six-city in-person national book tour next month for his upcoming memoir "God, Family, Country."

The book, out Sept. 27, covers Morgan's time as an undercover agent fighting sex traffickers in Thailand, his paratrooper training in the Army and combat experiences and his adventures competing in the survival TV series Beyond the Edge.

Book tour daes are:
Sept. 26 - Bookends Bookstore, Ridgewood, N.J., 6 p.m. eastern
Sept. 27 - Doylestown Bookshop, Doylestown, Pa., 7 p.m. eastern
Sept. 28 - Half Price Books, Dallas, Texas, 7:30 p.m. eastern
Sept. 29 - Barnes & Noble, Brentwood, Tenn., 6 p.m. eastern
Sept. 30 - Robert F. Sink Memorial Library, Fort Campbell, Ky., noon eastern *
Oct. 1 - Barnes & Noble at the Grove, Los Angeles, 5 p.m. eastern

* open to military members and their families at Fort Campbell

Released in partnership with Blackstone Publishing, Morgan wrote with Jim DeFelice, bestselling co-author of "American Sniper."

An expanded "God, Family, Country (Deluxe Edition)" album, features four new sides including "How You Make A Man," and will be out Nov. 11 on Broken Bow Records.

Morgan will launch his headlining Operation Finally Home Welcomes "God, Family, Country Tour 2022" with this fall, playing 11 theater and auditorium dates in October and November. Kicking off Oct. 19 in Green Bay, Wisc., Ray Fulcher will open the shows. The tour will include a headlining show at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium on Veterans Day.

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Craig Morgan has been called "country music's champion of the everyman." Not only did the native of Kingston Springs, Tenn. spend more than 10 years in the U.S. Army, when he came home he worked construction, wore the badge of a sheriff's deputy and even did time at a Walmart. For his first album of original material in four years as and his second for Black River, he makes it abundantly clear in the liner notes that he is a devout Christian and the tone of the album reflects ...
CD review - This Ole Boy Craig Morgan likes to keep things simple. Once dubbed "country music's champion of the Everyman" he is best known best known for songs that espouse the core values of the genre: Faith ( That's What I Love About Sunday), good times, ( Redneck Yacht Club) and helping others ( Almost Home ). We get much of the same on "This Ole Boy," his first new music in three years and debut with Black River Entertainment. Disappointingly, the patriotism, religion and love ...

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