Craig Campbell returns to American Saturday Night

October 29, 2020 - 10:33 PM - 113 views

Country music hitmaker Craig Campbell will return to American Saturday Night this week. He joins us on Halloween to celebrate the return of Dirt Road FM. The interview will feature Craig's latest music, halloween and how he is handling covid confinement. Don't miss American Saturday Night, This Saturday at 8pm est on Dirt Road FM.

About Craig Campbell

Country hitmaker Craig Campbell has long been admired for his patience and persistence in an industry that all too often relies on overnight success. After landing in Nashville from Lyons, Georgia, his undeniable talent and charm landed him steady gigs at the legendary honky-tonk, The Stage. Eventually, it took him on the road with Luke Bryan and Tracy Byrd as a keyboard player. With smooth chops and hot blooded stage presence, it wasn’t long before Campbell broke out into stardom of his own with hits like 2011’s “Family Man” and “Outta My Head” soaring into the Top 15 on the Billboard Country Charts. Showing off his down home flair in singles like “Fish” and his Top 10 smash “Keep Them Kisses Comin”, Campbell became a boot stompin’, crowd pleasing favorite. His critically acclaimed 2016 ballad, “Outskirts of Heaven” was performed on NBC’s TODAY show and praised by Rolling Stone for its uplifting message. A regular on the Grand Ole Opry, Campbell also wowed audiences around the country on Luke Bryan’s highly successful 2017 Huntin’, Fishin’, and Lovin’ Everyday Tour. In 2018, he released See You Try, a seven-song EP on Broken Bow Records before amicably parting ways. Almost two years later, he is finally releasing new music on his own accord. His romantic ballad, “It’s About Time” was followed by his let loose anthem, “All My Friends Drink Beer” and now he’s showing off his country pride with “Flyin’ My Country Flag.”


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