Craig Morgan, ‘What Matters Most’ to Benefit Folds of Honor
Craig Morgan spent ten years in the U.S. Army before switching careers to pursue his love of country music, but he is still dedicated to the Armed Forces. He recently wrote a song, "What Matters Most," to support the Folds of Honor Foundation, which provides assistance to spouses and children of service men and women who were injured or killed in the line of duty.
"This song is inspired by and dedicated to the millions of spouses and children who put their lives on hold while their loved ones risk everything to defend our freedom," he explains. "Each download will help Folds of Honor support the families of our courageous military heroes."
Bushnell, which sponsors Craig's TV show, "All Access Outdoors," and is a corporate partner of Folds of Honor, will donate the first 10,000 song downloads. After that, the tune will be available for $1, with the opportunity to donate more at the time of purchase.
In addition to supporting Folds of Honor, Craig is also pursuing an acting career. The singer-songwriter earned rave reviews for his recent video for his current single, "This Ole Boy," which starred "Rizzoli & Isles" star Angie Harmon. He also appeared in a recent episode of "Army Wives" and is in talks to appear on "Rizzoli & Isles."
"I've always wanted to [act], we just needed that start," he tells The Boot. "["Army Wives"] gave it to us in a big way ... It opened up a lot of doors. I had Angie Harmon in my video [for 'This Ole Boy'] and she wasn't happy about the fact that I was on another show before I was on hers!"
Craig is also planning on playing several shows in the next few months to support his latest album. Keep track of his concert schedule here.
Download "What Matters Most" here.
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