Craig Morgan Discography:
2006 Little Bit of Life
2005 My Kind of Livin'
2002 I Love It
2000 Craig Morgan
His latest album Little bit of Life features four compositions written by Craig
Craig has been called a writer and interpreter of highly visual story songs by Billboard and he is grateful to have a such a good identity.
Craig says that vocally he has opened up more on Little Bit of Life and it is a little bit more relaxed and a little bit more like him.
He has been invited to perform at the Grand Ole Opry more than 150 times in his career.
His latest CD is called Little Bit of Life.
His favorite kind of dog is the blue heeler.
He was nominated for the top new male vocalist in 2006.
Craig is signed with Broken Bow Records.
R & R named That's What I love About Sunday The Most Heard Song of The Year in 2005
Billboard named That's What I love About Sunday Most Played Song of the Year.
Craig is the recipient of the 2006 USO Merit Award.
Craig never leaves home without a coin and his pocketknife.
Craig most memorable birthday is the one where he flew from Korea back to the United States and his birthday got extended for a few hours.
His favorite number is three.
Craig has performed duets with both John Conlee and George Jones at the Grand Ole Opry.
Craig has won the Songwriters Achievement award from the Nashville Songerwriters Association International.
"I'm a fan of country music. Just like the guy who has nothing to do with this industry ," said Craig Morgan at an interview , "Believe that."
Craig Morgan sang the hit songs "What I Love About Sunday" and "Redneck Yacht Club".
Craig's favorite song that he didn't write is "Rose Colored Glasses".
His favorite places to shop are Tractor Supply Center and Wal-Mart.
Craig's previous jobs include paratrooper, construction, law enforcement and Wal-Mart.
Craig's first daredevil act he performed was jumping over a car while on a motorcycle.
The first concert Craig attended was Charlie Daniels Band.
His hobbies are golfing, hunting, fishing, and watching movies.
Craig's musical influences are John Conlee, Merle Haggard, Vern Gosdin, and James Taylor.
His favorite movie is "The Passion of the Christ".
His favorite athlete is Dan Marino.
Craig's favorite actor is Mel Gibson.
Craig's favorite instrument is the guitar.
Craig has four dogs.
His favorite musical artist is George Strait.
His favorite female artist is Dolly Parton.
His favorite ice cream is Nutty Buddy.
Craig's favorite author is Billy Graham.
His favorite book is the Bible.
Craig's favorite cologne is Stetson.
Craig's favorite color is cobalt blue.
Craig's favorite vechicles are Chevy and Toyota trucks.
Craig's favorite album is John Conlee's "Greatest Hits".
Craig's favorite city to visit is Monterey, California (USA).
Craig's pet peeve is whining.
Craig is currently married and has five children.
Craig's height is about 5'10''.
Craig Morgan is an American neotraditional country music singer. He is noted for writing homey lyrics that focus on traditional values and the simpler pleasures of life.
During his deployment in Korea, Morgan wrote a number of songs and won various military singing and songwriting contests.
He is a vocal supporter of the US military, performing for service-personnel in the Middle East and elsewhere. He is a friend of Darryl Worley, a fellow country music singer well-known for patriotic music and USO volunteer like Morgan himself.
Craig: (on his creative writing style) I have a passion for making little things very visual and big, stuff that can be easily overlooked.
Craig Morgan: Somebody told me not long ago that whenever they hear a song that visually paints a picture, they think of me because that is the kind of writing I have come to do best. We hinted at that approach on my first record and grasped it on the second.
Craig: There's nothing more rewarding as an artist and more discouraging as a producer than to have people come out [to shows] and say 'You're even better live than your record.' I just want people to hear on the record what they hear live. We try not to manipulate in the studio too much. When you go to tweaking and changing and tightening and cleaning you take away from the personality that's in the vocal.