Craig Morgan will soon return to the Outdoor Channel for the seventh season of his television series, Craig Morgan: All Access Outdoors. The 13-episode season will take over the Friday night primetime slot, airing at 7PM ET starting July 1.

This season will take Morgan and his fans on brand new adventures all across the globe. He'll head down under to New Zealand, catch some waves in Hawaii and bundle up for Vancouver, all while tracking and hunting tahr, turkey and elk. 

The country singer and military vet isn't all about work, though. When Morgan isn't out in the wild, viewers will see him entertain crowds at shows, race on dirt tracks and even hit the green a few times.

The 51-year-old singer will also bring some celebrity friends into the All Access mix to join him for some fun. NBA star David Miller, NFL’s Tyler Eifert and American author and military veteran's family activist Taya Kyle will all indulge in the adventure. Two of his fellow country stars will also make an appearance this season: Blake Shelton and Easton Corbin.

This summer is turning out to be quite the busy one for Morgan. In addition to the season premiere of Craig Morgan: All Access Outdoors, the "I'll Be Home Soon" singer just released his ninth studio album, A Whole Lot More To Me. You can see him perform tracks from this latest project, as well as his hits we all know and love, at a variety of fair and festival dates this summer, which can be found on his website.

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