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About Craig Campbell

Georgia-born country singer-songwriter Craig Campbell began playing piano at his local church at the age of 10. By the time he was 22 he had moved to Nashville, where he wrote for Luke Bryan and played in Tracy Byrd's backing band. In 2010, he struck out on his own with the debut single "Family Man," which reached No. 20 on Billboard's Hot Country chart. A self-titled debut appeared in 2011, strongly influenced by both gospel music and '90s-era Garth Brooks.

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Listen toCraig Campbellon Napster

Georgia-born country singer-songwriter Craig Campbell began playing piano at his local church at the age of 10. By the time he was 22 he had moved to Nashville, where he wrote for Luke Bryan and played in Tracy Byrd's backing band. In 2010, he struck out on his own with the debut single "Family Man," which reached No. 20 on Billboard's Hot Country chart. A self-titled debut appeared in 2011, strongly influenced by both gospel music and '90s-era Garth Brooks.

About Craig Campbell

Georgia-born country singer-songwriter Craig Campbell began playing piano at his local church at the age of 10. By the time he was 22 he had moved to Nashville, where he wrote for Luke Bryan and played in Tracy Byrd's backing band. In 2010, he struck out on his own with the debut single "Family Man," which reached No. 20 on Billboard's Hot Country chart. A self-titled debut appeared in 2011, strongly influenced by both gospel music and '90s-era Garth Brooks.

About Craig Campbell

Georgia-born country singer-songwriter Craig Campbell began playing piano at his local church at the age of 10. By the time he was 22 he had moved to Nashville, where he wrote for Luke Bryan and played in Tracy Byrd's backing band. In 2010, he struck out on his own with the debut single "Family Man," which reached No. 20 on Billboard's Hot Country chart. A self-titled debut appeared in 2011, strongly influenced by both gospel music and '90s-era Garth Brooks.