RED BOW Records’ artist Craig Campbell performed the national anthem at the “Salute to Survivors” game in Denver, CO (10/9). Although the Atlanta Falcons are Campbell’s home team he donned a Denver Broncos shirt with pink to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The singer-songwriter left the game happy as the Falcons defeated the Broncos, who were previously undefeated, with a score of 23-16.
“It’s always an honor to sing our national anthem but it’s extra special to sing it on a day we celebrate and salute the survivors,” says Campbell. “Overcoming and winning against breast cancer is the greatest victory and I was glad to be a part of their day.”
In addition to his current single, “Outskirts of Heaven,” ascending the country radio charts and a heavy tour schedule, Campbell is keeping busy with his husband/father duties. Sounds Like Nashville is uncovering how the country singer continues to prove he’s the dream husband and father in the weekly #HusbandGoals column. Whether it be a photograph of Campbell going with his girls to a father/daughter dance or making some of us blush with a picture of him and wife Mindy sharing a kiss, it’s easy to see how he keeps his family going strong.
Campbell recently performed “Outskirts of Heaven” on NBC’s TODAY, which released to rave reviews across media and fans alike. After Rolling Stone Country featured an exclusive “First Listen” to the track that he wrote alongside Dave Turnbull, fans praised the ballad saying it “brought me to tears,” “gave me chills,” and claimed “this is what country music is supposed to sound like.”
Following 2015’s “Tomorrow Tonight,” Campbell has been in the studio working on his RED BOW Records debut album. Previously sharing the stage with Randy Houser, Alan Jackson, The Band Perry, Jerrod Niemann, and Justin Moore, he is currently touring across the U.S. with more dates to be announced soon.
For more information on Craig Campbell and tour dates, visit www.craigcampbell.tv.