See You Try Craig Campbell
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- 1See You Try02:59
- 2Me Missing You02:48
- 3Outskirts of Heaven04:03
- 4Mas Tequila02:42
- 6Kids In The South02:57
- 7Outskirts of Heaven (Acoustic)04:22
Info for See You Try
Long celebrated for his new-school take on classic Country, Red Bow Records’ Craig Campbel is back with a fresh blast of uptempo fun, offering up a brand-new single titled “See You Try”.
Penned by Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard with James McNair and Jordan Schmidt, the twangy barstool anthem finds Campbell shifting gears for a wild-and-free hit in the making, marking his first release since 2016’s uplifting critical triumph, “Outskirts of Heaven.”
“I feel like it was well worth the wait on my end, and I’m hoping the fans will feel the same way,” Campbell says of the track. “I believe in divine providence and I feel like this song was meant for me, so I’m excited, and I feel like this is a game-changer.”
Produced by Bart Butler (Jon Pardi’s California Sunrise), “See You Try” feels like a natural mix of fan favorites “Fish” and “Keep Them Kisses Comin’,” as Campbell playfully invites a country cutie to see if she can change his mind about a boys’ night out. Well known as a devoted family man, though, Campbell says the irresistible track reminds him of one woman and one woman only – his wife of more than 12 years. “When I’m doing my thing with my friends and she’s ready to leave, I love for her to try to convince me,” he explains. “Like ‘Hey, it’s time to go. And if you go with me right now, thenthis is gonna happen.’ Even though we’ve been married for a little while now, I still get excited when she does those things.”
A regular guest on the historic Grand Ole Opry stage, exceptional vocalist and critically acclaimed live performer, Campbell is on the verge of breaking out to superstardom after nearly a decade of success on the Billboard Country Airplay chart and beyond.
Songs like “Family Man,” “Fish” and “Outta My Head” started the Georgia native off, striking a chord after the singer-songwriter was discovered in Nashville’s famous honky-tonk, The Stage. Since then, “Keep Them Kisses Comin’” has cracked country radio’s Top 10 and “Outskirts of Heaven” found tastemakers praising Campbell’s heartfelt sincerity, paving the way for the next chapter of his story.
Craig Campbell, vocals, guitar
has never taken a backseat to anything. He’s certainly never taken a backseat in his career as one of Country’s brightest rising stars who launched onto the Country music scene in 2011 and continues to exist in a perfect sweet spot between tradition and modernity.
That doesn’t mean the road to five consecutive charted hits and over a half million downloads has always been easy. There have been bumps along the way for the Georgia-born artist, on his path from the small town of Lyons to Nashville’s Music Row. But through hits like “Keep Them Kisses Comin’,” “Fish” and “Family Man,” and countless shows, he’s kept his eyes on his mission – to bring his fans true country music with a spin all his own, through timeless songs that tell his life story. And with his forthcoming debut project on RED BOW Records – flag-shipped by the earnest “Outskirts of Heaven,” which was co-written by Campbell – he is ready to share the next chapter: where that timelessness meets the here and now.
“There are a lot of sides to me that people haven’t yet seen,” he says, currently at work on his third and most versatile record. “You can expect some great music with a little more energy, and a lot more fire.”
He’ll certainly show these other sides on his forthcoming LP, which signals a whole new era for Campbell – new label, new songwriters, new producer (Mickey Jack Cones, known for his many successes with Dustin Lynch, Joe Nichols and more) and a new outlook that lets him explore all the facets of his unique niche in the Country landscape. And the timing is perfect. While the genre shoots off in directions left and right, Campbell’s a singer capable of melding both the old and the new into something purely special, purely his own.
The lead single, “Outskirts of Heaven,” showcases Campbell’s vocal chops layered with an element of “undeniable excitement” (Music Row Magazine). There’s also palpable energy in the tracks, from “Hangin'” which fuses a honky-tonk spirit with a full-throttle, hard-rock energy, to slinky vibes of “Upstairs” that’s edgier – and naughtier – than anything he’s done previously. The guitars are bigger, the sound rounder, the vision more complete. It’s Campbell like he’s never been heard before, but it’s actually the truest to himself yet.
Campbell kept pushing even through the difficult times, back when his original record label folded. “It was very deflating,” he admits, but he kept persevering. His sophomore LP, Never Regret, earned him comparisons to Alan Jackson, Travis Tritt and Clint Black, and “Keep Them Kisses Comin’” climbed into the Top Ten of Country radio. It wasn’t long after the shuttering of his former label Bigger Picture that his current home, BBR Music Group’s RED BOW, snatched him up nearly instantly. RED BOW recognized that it was crucial to keep that classic-country-bred, smooth-as-molasses voice singing. The innately gifted songwriter additionally signed to BBR Music Group’s Magic Mustang Music for publishing.
Growing up in a strong Southern Baptist home, Campbell fell in love early with the sounds of Country radio, and built a foundation not just as a singer and performer, but as a songwriter. It was a conversation with Luke Bryan, for whom he once played keyboard, that really helped him set his priorities clear. “He said, ‘man you need to be writing songs, and you need to be writing with different people, twice a day,'” recalls Campbell. “That’s where you can define yourself as an artist, with people writing songs that tell your story. And nobody is going to sing them better than you.'”
That dedication to the craft made him not only understand the importance of crafting songs like the fan-favorite “Tomorrow Tonight” with trusted collaborators, but also to keep writing, constantly. It’s an ethos that recently led to Garth Brooks himself cutting his track “All American Kid” for Man Against the Machine. “That was such a huge, huge honor,” said Campbell. “I didn’t believe it was happening, even when he was recording it.”
And now, the release of “Outskirts of Heaven,” serves as the blueprint for his road ahead, full of songs that tug at heartstrings, push boundaries and seep in with infectious melodies. “All the songs we are writing are all very committed and current,” he says. “But it’s still me, singing. That’s the main thing I want people to say, at the end of the day: that I’m a great singer, who truly loves country music.”
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