Craig Campbell sets release of debut CD
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Craig Campbell sets release of debut CD

Monday, January 10, 2011 – Craig Campbell, who has a hit on his hands with Family Man, will see his self-titled debut album out March 1 on Bigger Picture Group.

Produced by Keith Stegall (Zac Brown Band, Alan Jackson), Campbell's said, "Before moving to Nashville, I would read CD booklets to see who wrote the songs, who played on the records and who produced the tracks. Keith Stegall's name would consistently show up as producer on all my favorite music, so getting to work with Keith, let alone releasing my debut record, is a dream come true."

Campbell co-wrote 9 or the 11 songs. The autobiographical anthem Family Man is at 24 on Mediabase and 25 on Billboard.

Songs are:
1. "I Bought It" written by Craig Campbell, Philip Douglas, Dan Murph
2. "Family Man" written by Craig Campbell, Jon Henderson, Joel Shewmake
3. "When I Get It" written by Craig Campbell, Jason Matthews, Jim McCormick
4. "My Little Cowboy" written by Craig Campbell, Dan Couch
5. "Makes You Wanna Sang" written by Craig Campbell, Rob Hatch, Lance Miller
6. "That Going Away Look (About Her)" written by Michael White, Wade Kirby, Carson Chamberlain
7. "Fish" written by Craig Campbell, Arlos Smith, Ashe Underwood
8. "Chillaxin'" written by Craig Campbell, Rob Hatch, Brice Long)
9. "That's Music To Me" written by Craig Campbell, Tim Nichols, Carson Chamberlain
10. "You Probably Ain't" written by Craig Campbell, Keith Stegall, Michael White 11."All Night To Get There" written by Keith Stegall, Vicky McGehee, Lee Brice

After moving from his hometown of Lyons, Ga. to Nashville in 2002 to pursue his country music dreams, Campbell worked as a keyboardist in Luke Bryan and Tracy Byrd's bands and was later discovered playing a regular gig at Nashville honky tonk, The Stage. Campbell already has released a digital EP, "Five Spot," with Family Man included.

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