Morgan is joined by Trace Adkins and Jelly Roll for special performances from new EP, Enlisted
Country music hitmaker, author and patriot Craig Morgan celebrated his 15th anniversary as a Grand Ole Opry member last night, including special performances from his recently released EP, Enlisted (Broken Bow Records). Morgan performed hits “Redneck Yacht Club,” “That’s What I Love About Sunday,” and was joined onstage for two special appearances when surprise guest, multi-genre hitmaker Jelly Roll took the Opry House stage for “Almost Home” and fellow Grand Ole Opry member and multi-platinum entertainer Trace Adkins dueted on “That Ain’t Gonna Be Me,” two of six collaborations from the new project.
Enlisted (Broken Bow Records) offers new takes on four of Morgan’s biggest hits along with two new tracks and includes appearances by an all-star group of performers including Trace Adkins, Luke Combs, Gary LeVox, Jelly Roll, Blake Shelton, and Lainey Wilson.
Morgan previously served seventeen years in the Army and Army Reserve with the 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions as an E-6 Staff Sergeant and Fire Support Specialist and including Airborne, Air Assault Jumpmaster and Rappel Master among his certifications. He is now returning to serve his country in a new way – as a soldier in the Army Reserve. The newly sworn in Staff Sergeant and Warrant Officer candidate will continue touring and releasing new music in his civilian career while simultaneously serving our country in the Army Reserve.
A multi-faceted entertainer, Craig Morgan has made a name for himself as a country music icon, TV personality, author, celebrated outdoorsman and patriotic Army veteran. One of country music’s best-loved artists, Morgan has amassed over 1.5 billion career streams and charted over 25 songs on Billboard.