|Posted by Administrator on August 7, 2013 at 11:50 AM|
Bigger Picture recording artist Craig Campbell, who released his sophomore album Never Regret earlier this year, has set back-to-back appearances in Nashville later this week. Campbell will headline “Hot Nights At The Hall” at the Country Music Hall of Fame on Friday, August 9. The following evening, he’ll take to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry to perform his latest hit single, “Outta My Head.” The rising country star is looking forward to the weekend at home in Tennessee in the midst of a busy touring schedule.
The Country Music Hall of Fame’s Summer Concert Series, “Hot Nights At The Hall,” kicked off June 4th and will wrap its season with Craig Campbell’s full band acoustic show in the museum’s Curb Conservatory. “Hot Nights At The Hall” is free to Museum members and offers after-hours access to the Museum’s exhibition and gallery space, sneak peek of upcoming Carrie Underwood and Reba exhibits, along with food and cash bar.
Fans can expect to hear many of Campbell’s hit singles, including his current smash, “Outta My Head,” from his recently released sophomore album Never Regret. “Outta My Head” is currently top 25 on the country charts and climbing, already reaching over 10.5 million listeners. Campbell made his Opry debut in October 2010 and has been welcomed to the legendary stage many times since.
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