Craig Morgan Returns to Hometown in ‘I’ll Be Home Soon’ Music Video


Craig Morgan‘s new “I’ll Be Home Soon” music video brought the country singer back to his hometown of Dickson, Tenn., creating a personal and heartwarming visual accompaniment for the song.

The “I’ll Be Home Soon” music video shows local delights down Main Street of Morgan’s hometown. Fans get to see the inside of Morgan’s personal home, his 1994 Line-X armored Jeep, his daughter Aly and his wife Karen (who makes a cameo in their original wedding photo).

But Morgan’s new clip takes on more than one meaning: Though the country star is back at his old stomping grounds, there’s someone else who comes home too — a hometown hero. We won’t give it away, but you’ll figure it out when you press play above to watch.

“I’ll Be Home Soon” is from the Black River Entertainment artist’s A Whole Lot More to Me album, which also features Morgan’s other recent single, “When I’m Gone.” The 12-track collection is set for release on June 3; it was co-produced by Byron Gallimore and Morgan, and the singer co-wrote nearly half of the album’s song, including the title track.

“I’ve got a renewed energy with this record,” Morgan says about the album. “In fact, I’m at the pinnacle of my career — producing, singing and touring. And this album epitomizes that. It’s all about living to the fullest, and when people hear it, I know they’ll relate it to their own lives.”

Fans who pre-order A Whole Lot More to Me now on iTunes will receive “I’ll Be Home Soon” and two additional tracks instantly.

Morgan is set to perform a free concert during the 2016 CMA Music Festival on June 8. The show includes special guests Lindsay Ell, Jillian Cardarelli, Adam Sanders, Hailey Whitters, Third Day’s Mac Powell (featured on “Hearts I Leave Behind” on A Whole Lot More to Me) and other surprise guests.

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