'Craig Morgan Talks New Album & Memoir: Interview

New Album & Memoir: Interview

In 2016,

Craig Morgan released his seventh studio album, A Whole Lot More to Me, and played a

But between

tour dates and crafting an album — and unbeknownst to his management team — the singer/songwriter

Army soldier

also secretly traveled to the red light district in Bangkok as part of the organization

“It’s modern-day

slavery and it’s a huge problem and probably one of the least-discussed,” Morgan

“So I

think it’s important that we as a people, as a human nation, we do

troops in

Baghdad, Morgan and his group came face to face with a combatant wearing an explosive

Before becoming

a singer/songwriter and Grand Ole Opry member with seven top 10 hits on Billboard‘s

1 “That’s

What I Love About Sunday,” Morgan spent 17 years in the Army and Army Reserves

His military

journey included working alongside the CIA in the Panama jungle (a location he revisited this

Field Artillery

Hall of Fame, earned the USO Merit Award, and in 2018, was awarded the Army’s

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