Vocalist/songwriter Craig Morgan was an military brat before he chosen a profession in music. Created and elevated in Nashville, Morgan had been a nation music lover with dreams of playing acoustic guitar and rendering it big. But before his musical dreams could become actuality, Morgan spent period serving within the U.S. Military, where he previously a very reputable career and accomplished high honors during peacefulness and wartime. It had been also during this time period that Morgan whetted his guitar-playing designs to execute for soldiers whenever he could. Such enthusiasm resulted in a cope with Atlantic after he remaining the assistance, and his self-titled debut premiered for the label in-may 2000. His following three albums, 2002’s I REALLY LIKE It, 2005’s My Sort of Livin’, and 2006’s Little Life, all made an appearance on Damaged Bow Information. Morgan’s 2008 recording, THAT IS WHY, was his last for a significant label; it got two TOP Country Airplay strikes in “Like Remembers” and “Bonfire.” From then on record, he departed for Dark River Entertainment, resurfacing for the indie label in 2012 with This Ole Boy. A re-recorded collection of biggest hits known as The Trip (Livin’ Strikes) found its way to 2013, and in 2016 he released the full-length MUCH MORE to Me.