Craig Morgan has released God, Family, Country, his first album in four years and debut project for Broken Bow Records.
On this new record, Morgan recorded five brand-new songs, including the poignant lead single “The Father, My Son, and the Holy Ghost,” “Whiskey” and a cover of Gavin DeGraw’s “Soldier.” The other half of the album consists of remastered versions of past hits “That’s What I Love About Sundays,” “My Kind of Woman,” “Almost Home” and more.
“My new album—God, Family, Country—is a compilation of songs that represent three most important parts of my life which I also believe are the three most important aspects of most Americans’ lives today,” Morgan shared on Facebook.
“Our soldiers these days are not only the service members that serve in our armed forces, but the doctors, nurses, and first responders who serve our communities with honor, bravery, and distinction.”
“We celebrate our God, our family and our country, and not only the country itself but our country music family. Thank you all for your support and I hope these recordings might inspire you in your daily lives,” the army veteran-cum-country singer added.
This past Memorial Day weekend, Morgan spent Saturday night sharing the newly released songs from the album at a special tribute show on the iconic Grand Ole Opry stage alongside Steven Curtis Chapman and Kellie Pickler.
Stream God, Family, Country below:
And watch the tribute show here: