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Craig Morgan "Enlists" Some Big Names In Country Music For New EP

I am always in awe of artists who never seem to run out of much of their energy and continue to do the things they love and are most proud of. On the heels of being sworn into the U.S. Army Reserve live on the Grand Ole Opry stage this summer, country music hit-maker, author and Army veteran Craig Morgan is announcing a forthcoming brand-new EP, Enlisted, set to release October 20 on Broken Bow Records.

Opening Enlisted is the working-class anthem, “Raise The Bar,” one of the EP’s two brand-new songs, which Craig sings with friend and neighbor, Luke Combs. And bookending the six-song project is “That Ain’t Gonna Be Me” with Trace Adkins, a song that spells out the importance Morgan places on his convictions. “I’m gonna put my hand up, I’m gonna stand up for what I believe,” he sings. “For me, it’s about God and family and country,” he says. “I am so blessed, and I recognize the blessings of the freedoms we celebrate in this nation.”

Craig Morgan – Enlisted – official track listing:

  1. “Raise The Bar” featuring Luke Combs

  2. “Almost Home” featuring Jelly Roll

  3. “Redneck Yacht Club” featuring Blake Shelton

  4. “That’s What I Love About Sunday” featuring Gary LeVox

  5. “International Harvester” featuring Lainey Wilson

  6. “That Ain’t Gonna Be Me” featuring Trace Adkins

The newly sworn in Staff Sergeant and Warrant Officer candidate will continue touring and releasing new music in his civilian career while simultaneously serving our country in the Army Reserve. To pre-save this EP go to: and follow Craig at:


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