You've heard Lorde's hit "Royals" a thousand times on the radio ... but we're pretty sure you've never heard it like this. "Royals" got the honky-tonk treatment Monday night at Winners Bar and Grill ... a divey country music sports bar in Nashville. Country singer Craig Campbell -- the guy behind the 2010 country hit "Family Man" -- took the stage for the weekly "Whiskey Jam" ... strumming an acoustic version of the Grammy winning tune. And it's actually pretty awesome. Stetson's off to Craig.
Craig Campbell hit the country music scene with his distinctive baritone and self-titled “Craig Campbell” CD. The hit songs “Family Man” and “Fish” brought Campbell into the country music spotlight, and his second CD “Never Regret,” which hit stores on May 7, turned up the wattage on that spotlight. Craig Campbell has been on a red-hot tour ever since.
Taking the time for an exclusive interview during his band’s sound check before headlining a concert in Wattsburg, Penn. on Aug.
Craig played to a packed house on Thursday, July 25th in Kansas City's Power & Light district for the Miller Light Hot Country Nights Concert Series! Buck Rodgers and fellow Bigger Picture label mate, Chris Janson, performed before Craig took the stage. Fans sang along to songs from Craig's new album Never Regret, including to his current hit single "Outta My Head"!
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With Never Regret, Craig Campbell returns with an album that showcases an evolution of his sound without sacrificing any of his neo-tradtiional Country Music roots established on his self-titled album for Bigger Picture. The album features six songs co-written by Craig, including "When She Grows Up," inspired by daughter Preslee (who sings on the track), and "Topless," a song co-written with his wife Mindy. "Never Regret," "Truck-N-Roll," "That's Why God Made A Front Porch," and "Lotta Good That Does Me Now" are the other four co-writes.