The proceeds made from the Celebrity Cornhole Challenge, hosted by Campbell, go toward Fight CRC after the singer lost his own father to colorectal cancer at the age of 36.
“See You Try” is the first single released from Campbell in two years since the success of “Outskirts of Heaven.”
Some of country music’s biggest songwriters were recognized at the 2017 SESAC Awards, held Sunday, November 5 in Nashville.
Take notes because these artists know how to do Halloween!
Luke Bryan really got fans to ‘Move’ on Friday night at the Citizen Bank Park venue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Even your favorite country artists had to face the all-too-infamous school photos, smiling awkwardly in all their grade school glory.
Campbell took control of the SLN Instagram to give a behind-the-scenes look at what goes down before and during the HFE Tour shows.
The July celebration has roared throughout New York City for the past 40 years, and NBC wanted to make it a country music affair for the 41st annual program.
Sounds Like Nashville captured each of the artists with an homage to the past with the original Instagram… a Polaroid.
Kicking her hour-long performance off with “Fastest Girl In Town,” the singer/songwriter had thousands of onlooking fans in the palm of her hand.
Between the Celebrity Cornhole Challenge and the following One Million Strong Benefit, the country star managed to raise more than $180,000 for colorectal cancer efforts.
The fifth annual Craig Campbell Celebrity Cornhole Challenge will take place on Tuesday, June 6, with the tournament kicking off in the afternoon at 2:30 p.m.
The 90-minute set had the five songwriters sharing the stories behind their songs as well as some tales on how they’ve come to succeed in the Nashville music scene.
Other acts set to play at the festival include Lauren Alaina, Dan + Shay, Brett Eldredge, Jon Pardi, Old Dominion, Darius Rucker, Cole Swindell and more.
Booked for the upcoming time on the road includes artists like Brett Eldredge, Lauren Alaina, Adam Craig, Craig Campbell, Granger Smith and Seth Ennis.
The 2017 Country LakeShake Festival will take place June 23-25 at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island.
Every penny raised from the concert went directly to the hospital, which aims to end childhood cancer.
The duo covered Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Are Made For Walking.”
Posing together along the carpet and making the occasion their own version of a date night, Campbell and his wife did not hold back in their love for one another.
Some artists opted for spooky parties and others got in the spirit by dressing up while out on the road during their tours.