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Craig Campbell Is Changing Your “Tomorrow Tonight”

Craig Campbell’s highly anticipated debut single (Red Bow Records), “Tomorrow Tonight,” recently emerges as the 4th most added song at country radio with 42 first week stations.

The title track to his forthcoming and third studio album has also set a personal record for the singer-songwriter which doubles his previous record for the most first week adds of his career.

“Tomorrow Tonight” naturally expresses the neo-traditionalist label he has come to exemplify. This sexy tune captures the fiery rendezvous between two lovers, combining both traditional and a more modern sound into a perfect harmony.

The enthusiastic early reviews from critics are pouring in with ‘Taste of Country’ stating, “It’s a strong vocal performance for a man who slips under the radar all too often.” ‘All Access’ adds, “take my advice and don’t wait till tomorrow to add this song, it’s a hit, add it now.”

“Tomorrow Tonight” is the outline for Campbell’s third studio album due out later this year. “There are a lot of sides to me that people haven’t yet seen,” he shares. “You can expect some great music with a little more energy and a lot more fire.”

“Tomorrow Tonight” is now available here.

Campbell will be performing “Tomorrow Tonight” live this week at the CMA Fest Riverfront Stage and a special acoustic show at AT&T U-verse® Fan Fair X Showcase Stage in Nashville.

He is currently in the studio and will be touring the U.S. throughout the summer.  Fans that can’t wait for the stage show can get a behind-the-scenes look at Campbell’s daily life on the road via the star’s popular ‘Craig Cam’ series. The latest installment, Craig Cam (Episode 2) is live now at:

For more information and tour dates, visit his website and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.


  1. Craig Campbell Duets with 12 Year Old Country Prodigy Tegan Marie on “Outskirts of Heaven” | Country Music Pride - July 13, 2016

    […] Since Campbell was known as Bigger Picture’s best-selling artist with a solid chart history, other labels soon came calling, and in December 2014, he announced he’d signed a new deal with Red Bow Records. May 2015 saw Campbell release his debut for his new label, the single “Tomorrow Tonight.” […]

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