Country music star, and All-American good guy, Craig Morgan is passionate about many things: his country, the United States military, his family, his American Stories tour, his music and dogs.
He has had dogs his entire life and is impressed by the skills displayed by some gifted canines at the Eukanuba Performance Games that showcase skills of extraordinary dogs that takes place Sept. 14-17 Wilmington, Ohio and is visible through their Facebook page.
“As a veteran and lifelong outdoorsman, I’ve been able to see their full potential at work in service to our country and in the field, and this event will really highlight their skills in a competitive setting where everyone can experience it firsthand,” says Craig Morgan.
Tennessee native spent 17 years in the United States Army before embarking on his music career in 2000. He released three studio albums from 2003-2006 including I Love It, My Kind of Livin’ and Little Bit of Life. His song “That’s What I Love About Sunday” spent four weeks at the top of the Billboard country charts and was its Number One country hit of 2005. A greatest hits album came out in 2008 as did That’s Why. My Kind of Livin’ is also his highest-selling album is also his highest-selling album came out soon after and is his highest-selling album to date.
Some of Morgan’s other hits are “Almost Home,” “Redneck Yacht Club,” “Little Bit of Life,” “International Harvester”, “Love Remembers” and “”Bonfire.””
Craig Morgan, joined by his belly-rub-seeking pooch Creed spoke with Michelle Tompkins about his military career, what’s new with his music, his upcoming album, how fans should connect with him, what he likes to do for fun, his charity work with the military and what makes the Eukanuba Performance Games so interesting.