Craig Morgan releases new single “Wake Up Lovin’ You” (from the mailbag)

Craig morgan
Black River Entertainment recording artist and country music superstar Craig
Morgan is releasing his acclaimed new single, “Wake Up Lovin’ You,” today,
everywhere digital music is sold.  Impacting radio this week, “Wake Up Lovin’
You” is the lead single from an upcoming album due this September.
 
Produced
by Craig Morgan and Phil O’Donnell, the robust new single exemplifies Craig’s
trademark vocal abilities and is one of Craig’s edgiest singles to-date.  “Wake
Up Lovin’ You” is digitally available on iTunes and Amazon now.  A
heart-wrenching tale of indulgence and distraction, “Wake Up Lovin’ You”
demonstrates the power love has to hold on, even when desperately trying to let
it go.
 
“The new
Craig Morgan single feels like a game changer,” explains Michael Bryan OM/PD at
WSIX in Nashville. “I’m obsessed with the song.”

Co-written by Black
River Publishing’s Josh Osborne (Kenny Chesney “Come Over,” Kacey Musgraves
“Merry Go ‘Round”), Matt Ramsey (The Band Perry “Chainsaw”) and Trevor Rosen
(The Band Perry “Better Dig Two,” Chris Young “Neon”), “Wake Up Lovin’ You” is
grabbing immediate attention for Craig’s “electrifying performance” (Music Row) and being
called “one of the best of his career” (Roughstock).  
 
“The
response has been incredibly positive,” said Bill Macky, VP of Promotions at
Black River Entertainment. “I’m so excited to be able to bring this amazing
performance and song from Craig Morgan to country radio.”
 
On
Friday, July 12, the “Wake Up Lovin’ You” lyric video will make its exclusive
debut on Artists.CMT, the recently launched CMT Artist Platform, and can be
viewed at http://www.cmt.com/artists/craig-morgan/.
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