Red Bow Records’ artist Craig Campbell celebrated the release of his latest single “See You Try” during a special concert at Nashville’s Exit/In on Thursday (April 5).
Penned by Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard with producer Bart Butler, James McNair and Jordan Schmidt, the effort marks Campbell’s first release since his second radio single for BBR Music Group in 2016, “Outskirts of Heaven.” “See You Try” impacts radio on Monday (April 9) and is already picked up by MusicRow CountryBreakout Chart reporting stations KMKS (Bay City, TX), KRKT (Albany, OR), KWHW (Altus, OK), WFRY (Watertown, NY), WHMA (Anniston, AL) and WVMD (Cumberland, MD).
The lyric video for the song features Campbell’s wife Mindy.
For his hour set at the Nashville club, Campbell showcased pristine vocals on songs including his debut, 2010 single “Family Man,” his catchy, contemporary “Outta My Head” and the Top 10 radio hit, “Keep Them Kisses Comin’.” The set was stripped down to an upright piano in the middle of the Nashville club for “It’s About Time,” a ballad intended for release before his old record label closed. Campbell is putting the finishing touches on his debut Red Bow Records album since the acquisition of his new label home by BMG.
Warner/Chappell writer and co-writer of Luke Combs’ No. 1 “Hurricane” Taylor Phillips opened the show, which was rounded off by The Bachelorette star turned peermusic writer Luke Pell.
Campbell is prepping his 6th Annual Cornhole Challenge, set for June 5, helping to kick off the 2018 CMA Music Festival. Campbell has raised over $200,000 towards the fight against colorectal cancer, a disease he lost his 36 year old father to at age 11.
Since wrapping with Luke Bryan’s HUNTIN’, FISHIN’ AND LOVIN’ EVERY DAY Tour, Campbell has been confirmed for the CMA Fest Riverfront Stage June 10 before headlining select dates nationwide in addition to exclusive appearances on social media.
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