004_4 Craig Morgan has announced on his web site, that after six years with Broken Bow Records, he will be “exercising his right of term, according to his contract, and will be leaving Broken Bow”.

Morgan said it has been a good six years, and we fans couldn’t agree more… while with BBR, Craig released “That’s What I Love About Sunday”, “Almost Home,” “Tough,” Redneck Yacht Club,” and “International Harvester.” That song is currently in the Top Ten on Country’s Top 40 chart.

007_7 Upcoming appearances for Craig will include March 22 in Covington, Kentucky at the Madison Theater, and Aug. 29, at Country Tonight Theater in Pigeon Forge. For other tour dates, check the listing on his web site.

The photo above was taken at The Appalachian Fair in Gray; and the one on the right was taken at Wiseman’s, a western clothing store in Johnson City. Craig spent several hours there to meet fans and sign autographs, before his fair appearance in Gray.

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Craig Morgan has announced on his web site, that after six years with Broken Bow Records, he will be 'exercising his right of term, according to his contract, and will be leaving Broken Bow'. Morgan said it has been a good six years, and we fans couldn't agree...