Craig Morgan to Perform Live Oct. 29
Sep 14, 2011
Milwaukee, WI--Admirals President Jon Greenberg announced today country music star Craig Morgan will perform live following the team’s game on Saturday, October 29th against the Grand Rapids Griffins, presented by Coors Light and FM106. The concert is free to attend with a game ticket.
Morgan has released five studio albums, accounting for 17 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles charts including his number one smash hit “That’s What I Love About Sunday,” which finished 2005 as the number one country single on the Billboard Year-End charts. Six more of his singles have reached the top ten on the charts: “Redneck Yacht Club,” (which was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America), “Almost Home,” “Little Bit of Life,” “International Harvester,” “Love Remembers,” and “Bonfire.”
After serving ten years of active duty in the United States Army, Morgan broke on to the country music scene with his self-titled album on Atlantic Records Nashville. He followed that up with his second album I Love It in 2003 and then in 2005 his third album My Kind of Livin’ was released and made it all the way to number seven on the US Country charts and was certified gold and platinum by the RIAA. The Tennessee native is set to release his sixth album in January of 2012.
Morgan has toured with other country music stars like Carrie Underwood, Keith urban, LeAnn Rimes, and Brad Paisley, and has made numerous trips overseas to entertain the troops. In addition to his musical success, he stars in his own television show entitled “Craig Morgan: All Access Outdoors,” which is currently in its second season on the Outdoor Channel.
As part of the Admirals concert series ticket prices are $24, $20, $18, $17, which is $1 more per ticket than regular games.
Individual tickets for the game and concert will go on sale to the general public on Monday, September 19th at 9:00 am. However, season ticket holders and those interested in groups of ten or more people can purchase tickets immediately by calling the Admirals office at (414) 227-0550.