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Craig Campbell will release his highly-anticipated sophomore album, Never Regret, on May 7.

The singer revealed the news, along with the album cover art on his Facebook page Thursday (March 28). The 12-song project, led by the first single, "Outta My Head," was produced by Keith Stegall and Matt Rovey.

Shortly after the release of the album, and in honor of his late father, Craig will host the inaugural Celebrity Cornhole Challenge to benefit the TJ Martell Foundation's colon cancer research efforts. The event will take place Tuesday, June 4, beginning at 2:00 PM at the Public Square in downtown Nashville, and serves as an unofficial kickoff to 2013's CMA Music Festival week.

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and the cause is one near to the heart of the "Family Man" singer.

"This tournament will benefit colon cancer awareness and research, which I am very passionate about," says Craig. "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."

Craig joined Alan Jackson last week for the Stars Go Blue concert in Nashville, a benefit for the Colon Cancer Alliance.

Fellow country artists and friends joining the Craig Campbell Cornhole Challenge include Chase Rice, The Farm, Gloriana, Greg Bates, Jerrod Niemann, LoCash Cowboys, Love and Theft and more. Tickets for the event are available here.

Never Regret is the follow-up to Craig's 2011 self-titled debut album, which has sold more than a half-million tracks to date. It arrives in stores the same day as Lady Antebellum's Golden and the second Pistol Annies album, Annie Up.