While stationed in Korea, Craig Morgan won a number of singing and songwriting contests and opened a Korean show for Sawyer Brown. His interest in writing and singing continued back in the States, and his father, who was also a musician, took him into the studio to record demos of Morgan's own songs. Upon completion of his enlistment, Morgan was hired to sing demos for other writers and publishing companies in Nashville. His demos led to a record deal with Atlantic, which released his first album in 2000. The label shuttered shortly after that. However, Morgan soon signed to Broken Bow Records and climbed into the Top 10 with the single "Almost Home" in 2003. The album My Kind of Livin' followed in 2005. Multi-platinum and award-winning country music dynamo, Neal McCoy, brings his supercharged show to BB's. Nobody puts on a show like Neal McCoy. No other entertainer matches his mix of warmth, humor, and willingness to try everything and anything to make sure that the crowd gets its money's worth. Fans have reciprocated by twice voting him "Entertainer of the Year" in the TNN/Music City News Poll, buying more than five million of his albums (including three platinum and one gold), and sending five of his singles to the top of the charts including "Wink," "No Doubt About It," and "They're Playing Our Song." McCoy's latest album, That's Life, will be released on August 23 by 903 Music, the Nashville-based record label McCoy formed earlier this year. The enhanced CD features the smash radio single "Billy's Got His Beer Goggles On," and the song's music video starring McCoy's close friend, comedic actor Rob Schneider. Guest appearances on the album range from his playful duo with former mentor Charley Pride on "You're My Jamaica" to the raw yet emotional recitation from retired General Tommy Franks on "Last of a Dying Breed." Appropriate for all ages.