Cementing his place among those honored was the fact that the “What I Love About Sunday” singer had recently returned home after wrapping his 10th USO Tour.
Craig Morgan will receive the Army’s Outstanding Civilian Service Medal for his dedication to the U.S. troops stationed around the world.
“Our veterans and their families sacrifice so much for us to live in this country and to have the freedoms that we have. Any time I can do anything to help, it’s a no-brainer for me,” said Rucker.
Artists scheduled to perform during the evening include Darius Rucker, Lee Greenwood, Trace Adkins, Kellie Pickler, Craig Morgan and more.
Upon first meeting Craig Morgan, it is obvious why he is the star of two television shows — his boundless energy is infectious and his presence lights up a room. His friendly demeanor and unbridled honesty are also inviting, while his booming laugh and positive outlook make him instantly feel like an old friend.
Trace Adkins and his musical friends gathered in the Ryman Auditorium to help raise money for Mental Health America of Middle Tennessee.
The benefit show will donate the proceeds made from ticket sales to Mental Health America of Middle Tennessee.
Ferguson, a 20-year member of the military, was injured when his vehicle was exploded by an IED-similar device.
Highlights from episodes of Morgan Family Strong will include Morgan performing at the Grand Ole Opry, traveling up the mountains of Alaska and celebrating the little things in life surrounded by unconditional love.
Lawrence opens up about re-visiting his biggest hits in the studio with some of today’s superstars by his side.
On Good Ole Days, collaborations are the name of the game, as Lawrence matched his previous hits with a wide variety of today’s biggest recording artists.
“People are saying it’s the most emotional experience they’ve ever had at a concert,” Morgan explains of the tour.
The farm-to-home business is 100% family owned-and-operated and offers organic items and products from reclaimed, repurposed, and recycled materials.
Guests featured on the upcoming release include Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Dustin Lynch, and Tim McGraw.
“It’s hard to put into words how sad I am, yet at the same time, I want to celebrate and praise my Heavenly Father for His perfect plan for our lives. Jerry lost his life on the lake, so today, I’ll be in the water, wishing he was with me but knowing he’s with my…
Three cheers for the red, white and blue!
The limited-run tour will kick off at the end of September in Hopewell, Virginia and wrap up on Veteran’s Day with a special celebration in Nashville, Tennessee.
Lauren Alaina, the Property Brothers, Kellie Pickler & others strapped on their cleats for the 2017 City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game.
Country music has always been a huge supporter of the U.S. military so to honor that, we’ve gathered our favorite holiday homecomings!