Craig Morgan Tops Radio Charts – The Father, My Son, and The Holy Ghost

CRAIG MORGAN’S “THE FATHER, MY SON, AND THE HOLY GHOST” AMONG MOST ADDED AT COUNTRY RADIO Nabs 23 New Stations Out Of The Box Nashville, TN — October 8, 2019 — Country music entertainer, TV host and Army veteran Craig Morgan’s faith-filled tribute to his son Jerry, “The Father, My Son, And The Holy Ghost” nabs 23 new radio stations out of the box making it the 4th most added song at country radio this week.  Morgan’s first new music since 2016 is finding early support in key markets such as Atlanta, Boston, Miami, Pittsburgh, Tampa and national airplay on Music Choice and Sirius XM.

Tune-In Alert: Craig Morgan on ESPN December 23rd!

Craig Mornga on ESPN with LineX

Craig Morgan to Appear in Two LINE-X TV Spots During ESPN Broadcast on December 23  🏈 TOP 20 “BEST FOR VETS” FRANCHISE – LINE-X – TO SALUTE MILITARY SERVICEMEMBERS FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR AT LOCKHEED MARTIN ARMED FORCES BOWL LINE-X, a global leader in extreme performance protective coatings complemented with first-rate Truck Gear by LINE-X accessories, will honor United States military servicemembers and veterans at the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl for the second consecutive year. Hosted in Fort Worth, TX, the college football showdown will feature the Army West Point Black Knights and the San Diego State University Aztecs. Airing live on December 23 at 2:30 p.m. (CT) on ESPN, the broadcast will feature two TV spots from 17-year U.S. Army veteran, country music star and TV host Craig Morgan. As part of the LINE-X family, the prominent artist’s appearance is reflective of the brand’s priority in recognizing military personnel for their service. LINE-X’s long-standing support for the armed forces and its veterans remains a high-priority for the company. With several senior executives having served in the armed forces, including President Dennis Weese – who is a former U.S. Army officer and a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point – the company has extended efforts in several ways to support the nation’s veterans and their success in life. LINE-X has been ranked the 16th Best Franchise for Veterans by Military Times for the quality of its veteran franchise program. Initiatives include philanthropy support to veteran’s organizations and special incentives through LINE-X’s Franchising Program for veterans to start their own businesses. There are more than 90 veteran-owned LINE-X franchises throughout the expanding network of more than 550 locations across 60 countries. “We’re very excited to be able to partner with the Armed Forces Bowl for the second year in a row as a reflection of our unwavering support for current and former members of our Armed Forces,” said Dennis Weese, president of LINE-X. “As a veteran myself, I’m incredibly proud to work at such a veteran-friendly company that supports and encourages veterans to start their own franchises, while backing organizations that support veterans once they’ve returned home. This incredible event is just another way that we’re able to celebrate our men and women in uniform. I’m also a West Point alumnus, so I may have a slight bias when it comes to the actual football game.” About the 2017 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl: The 2017 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, played in honor of the United States armed forces, is the only collegiate football bowl game that has hosted all three U.S. Military Academy football teams – the U.S. Military Academy (2010), the U.S. Air Force Academy (2007-2009, 2012, 2015) and the U.S. Naval Academy (2013). About LINE-X LLC: LINE-X LLC ( is a global leader in high performance polyurea protective coatings offering scientifically formulated polymers that permanently bond to a wide range of surfaces for unmatched durability. With the launch of the brand’s Truck Gear by LINE-X accessory Continue reading

Country Music Artist Craig Morgan loses son Jerry Greer to tragic boating accident.

It is with deep sadness that I am confirming the passing of Jerry Greer (19), son of country music entertainer Craig Morgan and wife Karen Greer. The Humphreys County (TN) Sheriff’s Department recovered his body this evening after a search that began Sunday following a boating accident on Kentucky Lake in Tennessee. A 2016 graduate of Dickson County High School, Jerry planned to play football for Marshall University in the fall. The family is grateful for the outpouring of support and requests prayers at this time as they privately mourn this terrible loss. Jerry is survived by parents Craig and Karen Greer, sister Aly Beaird and brother-in-law Ryan Beaird, brother Kyle Greer and fiancé Chelsea Rogers and brother Wyatt Greer.  Funeral arrangements are pending.

Dickson County resident Jerry Greer, son of Craig Morgan and wife Karen Greer, missing following weekend boating accident

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Dickson County resident Jerry Greer, son of Craig Morgan and wife Karen Greer, missing following weekend boating accident Nashville, TN – (July 11, 2016) – Recent Dickson County High School graduate Jerry Greer (19), son of country music entertainer Craig Morgan and wife Karen Greer, went missing yesterday following a boating accident on Kentucky Lake in Humphreys County, Tennessee. Recovery efforts to locate him are underway. The family is grateful for everyone’s support and prayers and requests privacy during this difficult time.

Craig Morgan To Headline St. Jude Country Music Marathon

Craig Morgan And Sarah Darling To Perform At The St. Jude Country Music Marathon and 1/2 Marathon. Craig Morgan and Sarah Darling will be a part of the 14th annual St. Jude Country Music Marathon & ½ Marathon presented by Nissan. Continuing the tradition of combining great country music with Nashville’s premier running event, Morgan and Darling will end the weekend of festivities with a post-race concert at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. CST on Saturday, April 27. The musically themed road race attracts more than 30,000 runners, walkers and 6,000 junior racers through ING KiDS ROCK Nashville, who will take on the 26.2 and 13.1-mile courses while passing many of Nashville’s best live bands along the route. Complimentary concert tickets are provided to all registered runners and volunteers. Runners may purchase additional tickets for $35. “As a Nashville area native, I’m proud to represent Country Music and St. Jude and give all the runners a chance to let loose after the big race. Save up some energy for the end of the night because we’re gonna make sure you leave Music City with a lot of great memories!”, said Craig Morgan. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®, one of the world’s premier centers for the research and treatment of childhood cancer and other deadly diseases, is the official benefiting charity of the St. Jude Country Music Marathon & ½ Marathon. Again this year, participants registered for the race are encouraged to also sign up as St. Jude Heroes and Run For a Reason®. St. Jude Heroes, a special group who raise incremental funds for the hospital by securing donations from family, friends and co-workers, are instrumental in supporting the $1.8 million per day it takes to run the hospital. Thanks to the generosity of donors, no family ever pays St. Jude for anything. St. Jude covers the cost of treatment, travel, lodging and food for each patient and a family member.

Craig Morgan On Hotel Impossible

Craig Morgan Appears On His Second Episode Of “Hotel Impossible.” Craig Morgan will be on Travel Channel’s “Hotel Impossible” series for the second time! The show will air on Monday, January 14. In the upcoming episode, Morgan joins hotel “fixer” Anthony Melchiorri as he heads north to Glacier Bear Lodge in Yakutat, Alaska to fix a hotel dominated by commercial and sport fishermen. With fewer than 700 people in a town of 10,000 square miles, the sleepy community has some incredible features to offer those who are interested in getting closer to nature. Unfortunately, the lodge is out of date, not very accommodating and literally rotting away. Melchiorri enlists the help of Country star and expert outdoorsman Morgan to show him the finer points of big time fishing and why sportsman from all over the world would flock to this beautiful and wildlife abundant destination. Morgan joined Melchiorri on “Hotel Impossible” last summer in an episode that featured Nashville. Morgan’s new album This Ole Boy, featuring his latest single “More Trucks Than Cars” is available everywhere music is sold.

Craig Morgan Returns To Host Outdoors Reality Show

Craig Morgan Comes Back To Co-Host Field & Stream’s Total Outdoorsman Challenge. Craig Morgan will once again be a co-host for Field & Stream’s Total Outdoorsman Challenge. This show is a reality, competition show that will air on the Outdoors Channel every Wednesday at 9:30pm ET. The premier of the season begins tonight! Below is a short preview of what this season has to offer! Enjoy and remember to turn it to the Outdoor Channel tonight!

Craig Morgan’s Charity Weekend A Success

Craig Morgan’s 6th Annual Charity Weekend Was A Huge Success! Craig Morgan is thrilled with the results of his 6th annual Charity Motocross Ride, Concert and Sporting Clay Shoot. The two-day’s events and auction raised more than $73,000, bringing the four-year total to $250,000. “Year-after-year I am blown away by the support for this event from our celebrity friends and the Dickson and Middle Tennessee communities. I am so proud of the amount of money raised to help the children and families in this area and am already looking forward to our 7th annual event next summer.” -Morgan Proceeds from the weekend will benefit the Craig Morgan Charity Fund, a component fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The Craig Morgan Charity Fund continues to raise funds to benefit foster children in Dickson County and throughout Middle Tennessee. The ultimate charitable goal for Craig is to establish Billy’s Place, a welcoming home for temporarily displaced children.

Craig Morgan Releases More Trucks Than Cars

Craig Morgan Is Set To Release A Brand New Single, “More Truck Than Cars.” Craig Morgan will release his latest single, “More Trucks Than Cars,” from his recent album This Ole Boy in upcoming days. Written by Morgan with Phil O’Donnell and Craig Wiseman, the song is an anthem for the southern lifestyle, depicted in stars that light the night sky, biscuits, grits and gravy, ‘Ole Glory’ flying high and a landscape where you’ll sooner spot a truck before you see a car. And Morgan can wholeheartedly relate to his lyric “meanwhile back in Tennessee we’re raising our babies and our own green beans.” Craig Morgan’s “More Trucks Than Cars” is available today via PlayMPE for airplay on country radio with an August 27 impact date. The song is equally relatable to metropolitan areas of the U.S. where there is no shortage of hard-working Americans and a touch of the southern lifestyle is a hot commodity. While in New York earlier this year, Morgan was surprised at the number of trucks he spotted amongst the sea of yellow cabs in Manhattan.

Craig Morgan’s 6th Annual Charity Weekend

Craig Morgan’s 6th Annual Charity Weekend Is Just Days Away! Craig Morgan’s 6th annual charity weekend is right around the corner and the country music star and award-winning TV host is excited to announce the final list of music, motocross, and celebrity friends joining him for the weekend’s festivities. On Saturday, August 11, motocross stars Destry Abbott, Fred Andrews, Cowboy Kenny Bartram, Randy Hawkins, Kevin Windham, and country star Bucky Covington will take part in an exhibition and trail ride in Vanleer, Tennessee. Later that night, country music star Darryl Worley and HLN “Morning Express” host and “Brand New Day” singer Robin Meade along with the evening’s emcee, GAC host and TV personality Nan Kelley, will take the stage in concert with Morgan to support the Craig Morgan Charity Fund. On Sunday, August 12th the popular Celebrity Sporting Clay Event will take place from the Tennessee Clay Target Complex in Nashville. This year’s event, a 12-station course, will feature an exhibition by “The Ultimate Shooter” Tim Bradley. Proceeds from the two-day event will benefit the Craig Morgan Charity Fund, a component fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The Craig Morgan Charity Fund continues to raise funds to establish Billy’s Place, an organization that will benefit foster children in Dickson County and throughout Middle Tennessee. Fans can take part in the event by bidding on auction items via eBay through Friday, August 10th. Items include a Husqvarna for a day experience, allowing fans to ride in style alongside motocross stars at Saturday’s ride. Concert attendees on Saturday night will also have the opportunity to bid on live and silent auction items including a Pre-Owned Volkswagen Passat GLS, high end MAC Tools chest, music, tv, and sports memorabilia, and more! All events are open to the public with tickets on sale at as well as all TriStar Bank locations in Dickson. Craig Morgan Charity Weekend Dirt Bike Ride/Trail Ride Date: August 11, 2012 Location: Paul Allen Farm 1286 Bell Hollow Rd., Vanleer, TN Registration Opens: 8:00 AM Ride and Exhibition Start Time: 10:00 AM Tickets: $40 pre-registration; $45 day-of registration; $15 spectator. All ticket prices incl. lunch Motocross stars Destry Abbot, Fred Andrews, Cowboy Kenny Bartram, Randy Hawkins and Kevin Windham plus country star Bucky Covington will take part in an exhibition and group trail ride with Craig Morgan Craig Morgan Concert Date: August 11, 2012 Location: Dickson Middle School 401 East College St., Dickson, TN Doors Open: 6:00 PM Concert Start Time: 7:30 PM Tickets: $25 adult; $10 children 12 and under Darryl Worley and Robin Meade will join Craig Morgan in concert, hosted by GAC’s Nan Kelley Sporting Clay Event Date: August 12, 2012 Location: Tennessee Clay Target Complex 1100 County Hospital Rd., Nashville, TN First Flight: 9:00 am Registration; 10:00 am Shoot Second Flight: Noon Registration; 1:00 pm Shoot Tickets: $100 per competitor with prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place competitors Includes lunch and 12:30pm exhibition with “The Ultimate Shooter” Tim Bradley