The album is produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Keith Stegall (Alan Jackson, Zac Brown Band) and CCMA Album of The Year producer Matt Rovey, who also produced Campbell’s debut album.
But that’s not the only project Campbell has in the works. He’ll also be putting forth his time and effort for an important cause in hosting the Celebrity Cornhole Challenge benefiting the TJ Martell Foundation’s colon cancer research efforts – a cause close to Campbell’s heart, as the Country star lost his own father to colon cancer.
The announcement of June’s event comes at a timely moment as National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month is coming to a close. “This tournament will benefit colon cancer awareness and research, which I am very passionate about,” says Campbell. “My father passed away at the age of 36 from the disease, and what better event to benefit colon cancer care than a ‘Cornhole’ tournament?” Just last week, Craig joined Alan Jackson to perform at the Stars Go Blue concert in Nashville to benefit the Colon Cancer Alliance.