The voice is straight-forward and powerful. The songs are down-to-earth portraits of real people from the American heartland. The sound is traditional, unapologetic country.
Bigger Picture Group introduces Craig Campbell with the 2010 single Family Man, a song that incorporates the centerpiece of his life, the source of his emotional strength and the reason he wakes up in the morning. Craig Campbell, his debut album, blends Campbell's masculine, no-nonsense vocal style with solid, salt-of-the-earth songs about America's working class.
It's a timeless sound, one that links him directly to Travis Tritt and Alan Jackson, who likewise built their style on such predecessors as George Jones and Hank Williams Jr. 'It's traditional, back-to-basics, true country music,' Campbell says. 'It's what I am. I can't be anything else.'
1. I Bought It
2. Family Man
3. When I Get It
4. My Little Cowboy
5. Makes You Wanna Sang
6. That Going Away Look [About Her]
9. That's Music To Me
10. You Probably Ain't
11. All Night To Get There