Little Bit of Life by Craig Morgan

Craig’s latest holds no major surprises—Little Bit of Life offers the requisite cross section of radio-ready songs about redneck pride, life in a small town, the glory of love and the importance of family. The distinction comes from Craig himself, whose appealing voice and unerring sense of commitment to the sometimes predictable lyrics he’s singing sell the songs as if each held previously unimagined revelations. Credit goes, too, to the crisp production of Craig, Phil O’Donnell and Keith Stegall, which puts the singer front and center in musical settings with all the clarity of the values he espouses.

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