With a brand new album, A Whole Lot More To Me, and the seventh season of his hit television show, “Craig Morgan: All Access Outdoors” premiering on July 1 on Outdoor Channel, summer is heating up for country music entertainer, military veteran and award-winning TV host CRAIG MORGAN!
Days after the release of his revealing new record, Morgan is setting the stage for the 13 episode seventh season of his award-winning show on Outdoor Channel. “Craig Morgan: All Access Outdoors” will premiere in a new primetime slot on Friday, July 1 at 7 pm EST/4 pm PST on Outdoor Channel with repeat airings on Friday and Sunday. Friday night is mega country music night as Morgan’s new season joins “Nick's Wild Ride,” along with classic and modern western cinema blockbusters on the network. Check local listings or visitwww.OutdoorChannel.com/ChannelFinder to find out how to get the network in your area.
Morgan’s dynamic personality, lifelong love of the outdoors and considerable television experience make “Craig Morgan: All Access Outdoors” a must-see for outdoor enthusiasts and music fans alike. Adventures in the seventh season include travels to New Zealand, Hawaii, Vancouver and beyond while tracking tahr, turkey and elk. In between escapades fans will witness Craig entertaining crowds at concerts, dirt track racing and hitting the green. Celebrity guests along for the wild rides include NBA star David Miller, NFL’s Tyler Eifert, American author and military veteran's family activist Taya Kyle, and fellow country stars Blake Shelton and Easton Corbin.
To celebrate the upcoming seventh season, Morgan and Outdoor Channel conducted a Facebook Live session in mid-June, with another planned in the weeks to come to answer viewer questions on his most memorable hunting experiences and his favorite species to hunt.

The Black River Entertainment recording artist’s ninth album, A Whole Lot More To Me, released June 3rd and includes the new single, “I’ll Be Home Soon.” Co-produced by Craig and Byron Gallimore (Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Lee Ann Womack), Morgan co-wrote nearly half of the album's tracks with some of Music City's hottest writers like Josh Osborne, Kevin Denney, Jim McBride and Phil O'Donnell.