Craig Morgan’s ‘All Access Outdoors’ Returning for Seventh Season
The seventh season of Craig Morgan's hit television show Craig Morgan: All Access Outdoors is set to premiere on July 1 on the Outdoor Channel. The 13-episode season will take Morgan across the globe -- New Zealand, Hawaii, Vancouver and more -- as he tracks wildlife such as elk, turkey and tahr.
In addition to Morgan's hunting escapades, All Access Outdoors will also show the singer performing live shows, participating in dirt track racing and playing golf. Morgan will be joined onscreen by some familiar faces, including Blake Shelton, Easton Corbin and others, throughout Season 7.
Morgan recently released his first new album in four years, A Whole Lot More to Me. The artist took the time between releases to re-focus his musical career, switching producers for the new project (he worked with Byron Gallimore) and changing up his recording process.
“I knew that for me to continue to progress and maintain relevance in the industry, I had to make some changes. I had to get out of my comfort zone,” Morgan tells The Boot. “I think it was a perfect marriage for this project: It allowed me vocally to do some stuff that I’ve never done before, and I attribute that to Byron … There’s a couple songs on this record that I literally sang from top to bottom one time, and he said, ‘We’re done. Moving on.’”
He adds, "This record shows them a side of me that I think a lot of people haven’t heard. I think some of my long-term fans that have been around me for a long time, they’ve heard this side of me; they’ve seen it. They’ve come to know me, so they know that I’m capable of doing something different than "Redneck Yacht Club" and "International Harvester.""
A Whole Lot More to Me is available for download via iTunes and Amazon. Craig Morgan: All Access Outdoors airs on Fridays at 7PM ET (a new time slot), with repeat broadcasts set for Saturdays and Sundays. The Outdoor Channel's website has more information about air times and how to find the network in your area.