Don't Get No Better
Craig was raised in a small town in Southern Virginia and grew up with the sounds of country and gospel music influencing him from a very young age. After graduating from Averett College in Danville, Virginia, Craig decided to follow his dreams of a career in music and moved to Nashville. His nights are spent singing in bars in downtown Nashville, where his powerful vocals were often compared to country greats Garth Brooks, Hal Ketchum, and George Strait. In 2001, Craig hosted and performed in the Southern Virginia Harvest Festival. Craig soon began working on his first CD and enlisted the help of Producer Mark Oliverius, whose knowledge and experience helped create soon-to-be chart topping hits. From ballads like "Kiss Your Broken Heart Goodbye" to the driving sounds of "Bridge That Takes Me Home", this album is sure to appeal to anyone. In 2005, Craig partnered with Miry Creek Records and continues to tour.