Craig Campbell At Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville

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Originating from the town of Lyons, Georgia in 1979, Craig Campbell is a country artist that has been associated with other artists like Tracy Byrd and Luke Bryan. From ages ten to eighteen, Campbell played the piano at his mother’s church. As a teenager, he formed a band, Out of the Blue. True Value Hardware sponsored contests that Campbell won at ages fifteen and eighteen, as well. In 2002, he moved to Nashville, where he was able to find jobs working as a musician. After Luke Bryan encouraged him to, Campbell began recording demos and writing songs of his own. In late 2010, he signed to Bigger Picture Music Group and released his first single, “Family Man,” which reached the Top 20 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

Campbell also released an extended play, Five Spot, in 2010 and a self-titled album in 2011. Craig Campbell peaked at the Number Fourteen spot on the U.S. Country charts. His singles have all made it within the Top 50, including “Family Man,” as well as “Fish,” “When I Get It” and “Outta My Head.”
 
Campbell is known for his down-to-earth and relatable songs. His sound and lyrics take you back to the traditional days of country music. He describes his no-nonsense vocal style as “traditional, back-to-basics, true country music. It’s what I am. I can’t be anything else.”
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