By Bobbi Prentice
Singer/songwriter Craig Campbell comes to Kuna Friday April 12th. This will be the first visit to Idaho for the country crooner who is well known for hits Family Man, featured on HBO’s True Blood, and Fish, which has sold over a 250,000 downloads. Nominated for two American Country Awards and with his second album set to be released shortly, audiences around the country are singing along as this tour just keeps getting hotter.
Before receiving a record deal Campbell played keyboards for singers Tracy Byrd and Luke Bryan. In 2011 he stepped into the country music spotlight when his debut album became one of the most successful of that year. Compared to Alan Jackson and Clint Black, he has become known for his soft southern style as well as his impeccable tailoring. He is the “sharp-dressed man” of country music. You can be sure he will be sporting a crisply pressed button down and cowboy hat while entertaining Kuna this Friday. It’s his way of giving respect to an audience of fans that have given him the career of his dreams.
Cowgirls and WOW 104.3 FM are sponsoring this concert and donating all proceeds to the children of St. Judes Research Hospital. WOW 104.3 FM is a huge supporter of St. Judes having raised over sixty thousand dollars in donations this year alone. To continue on with their belief in giving back to the community, the owners of Cowgirls, Shirley and Perry Leffler, were eager to offer this concert as a way to assist WOW 104.3 FM in their support of St. Judes.
Friday, April 12th at Cowgirls in Kuna. Show starts 8 pm.