After writing and recording and releasing “The Father, My Son, and the Holy Ghost” as an independent artist, Grand Ole Opry member Craig Morgan returned to the top of the charts when the song went viral. That viral success brought Craig Morgan back into the fold at Broken Bow Music Group and, specifically, to a recording deal with Broken Bow Records. Rather than take the time to release a 12 track album of all-new material Craig and Broken Bow have recorded five new songs (including the viral hit) and also remastered five classic tracks from his time with Broken Bow from 2002 - 2008. The five remastered tracks include the multi-week #1 hit “That’s What I Love About Sunday” and “God, Family and Country,” “Almost Home,” “My Kind of Woman” and “Lotta Man (In That Little Boy).” Craig promises that each song on the album represents his life and career. "This album is based on everything that's happened in my life and my career," Craig says. "I feel like I have some of the most quality songs I've ever recorded, and there is a new energy here. After all I've been through, I'm at one of the most inspired places I've ever been."
Among the new songs, Craig wrote “Sippin’ On The Simple Life” with active duty Army Airborne Rangers Justin Wright and Andrew Yocovone while also taking on Gavin DeGraw’s pop hit “Soldier.” rounding out the new tracks are “Going Out Like This and “Whiskey.”
God, Family, Country will release in stores and at all digital service providers on May 22 with instant gratification tracks available digitally on March 27, 2020 and April 24, 2020.