Tracy Lawrence Performs On “Fox & Friends” With Craig Morgan Tuesday November 7th

Legendary artist, Tracy Lawrence, will release his new collaborative album “Good Ole Days” on Friday, November 10th. And, in honor of Veteran’s Day, he has invited fellow country star and Army veteran Craig Morgan to join him Tuesday, November 7th, on “Fox & Friends,” for the television network premiere of their duet “Finally Home.”

“Good Ole Days” celebrates Lawrence’s indelible mark on country traditionalism with an album of 11 duets pairing a selection of his most iconic hits with some of Country and Rock’s contemporary superstars and newcomers, including Jason Aldean, Brad Arnold, Big & Rich, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs, Easton Corbin, Dustin Lynch, Tim McGraw, Justin Moore, Kellie Pickler, Chris Young and Morgan. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of “Finally Home” will go to Operation Finally Home, a national, non-profit organization providing mortgage-free, custom-built homes to wounded, ill and injured veterans or widows of the fallen, thanks to their unique network of experienced builders, suppliers, and supporters dedicated to honoring heroes with homes, for which Morgan is the celebrity spokesman.

Lawrence has a full schedule as he departs from New York direct to a live show in Dallas, TX on Tuesday, November 7th, then makes his way to the CMA Awards on Wednesday, November 8th before a series of more interviews and television tapings all leading to an appearance on the Grand Ole Opry on November 10th, where he will meet fans and sign autographs at The Opry Store that evening.  On Saturday November 11th he will join Craig Morgan on the Nashville stop of Morgan’s Operation Finally Home Welcomes “American Stories Tour.”

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