Craig Morgan has parted ways with his record label after three years. A spokesperson for Sony Music Nashville's BNA imprint has confirmed to The Boot that the 'Redneck Yacht Club' singer's exit from the label was amicable.

Craig scored two Top 10 hits for BNA in 2009 -- 'Love Remembers' and 'Bonfire' -- from his first album for the label, 'That's Why.' Before signing with BNA in 2008, Craig had notched an impressive string of Top 10 hits for Broken Bow Records with songs such as 'Almost Home,' 'Redneck Yacht Club,' 'Little Bit of Life,' 'International Harvester' and his 2005 smash, 'That's What I Love About Sunday,' which spent four weeks at No. 1.

Craig's last single for BNA was 'Still a Little Chicken Left on That Bone,' which peaked at No. 37 in early February.

Craig has just returned from his Not Alone tour in Iraq and Kuwait, which ran January 27 through February 3. This was the ninth overseas visit to our U.S. troops by the singer, who was a soldier in the U.S. Army for 10 years before trading military life for a recording career in 2000.