Best known for the runaway hits “Almost Home”,”Red Neck Yacht Club”, and “That’s What I Love about Sunday”, Craig Morgan will headline the annual St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital party on October 22nd, 2011.
Craig is also the voice behind songs such as “International Harvester” and “Bonfire” yet isn’t just recognized for his singing. Craig is also the star of the #1 rated Saturday morning hunting show titled “Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors.” This show, which began its second season in June 2011, reveals a behind-the-scenes look at Craig’s extreme home-life, touring and the great outdoors.
With a philanthropic spirit, Craig joins the anticipated St. Jude Evening Under the Star Party to entertain an expected 800+ guests.
She Is Dallas Info: The Evening Under the Star Party, co-chaired by Lydia Novakov and Marian Bryan, will take place on Saturday, October 22nd starting at 6:00 PM at Cowboys Stadium, 925 N Collins Street in Arlington. The event will be emceed by TV personality Amy Vanderoef. In addition to Craig Morgan's performance, guests will enjoy cocktails, dinner and a chance to bid on exclusive items during a live and silent auction. Individual tickets are $250. To purchase tickets and for more information on sponsorship opportunities, contact Christina Baugh at 972.594.8080 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please visit the St. Jude Dallas website.
Craig Morgon’s performance will include his new song “This Ole Boy” written by Ben Hayslip, Dallas Davidson and Rhett Akins. This EP precedes a 2012 album release by Black River Entertainment.
Craig is excited to be a part of St. Jude’s noble cause and to perform on the Dallas Cowboys field where party guests can dine, punt and throw through the quarterback toss.
This party follows the St. Jude/Derek Harper Golf Classic on Monday, October 17th, 2011 at Stonebriar Country Club. Participating golfers, including former Maverick's player Derek Harper, PGA Player Harrison Frazar, Chad Campbell and Lee Trevino and will play on teams of four ($500 a team) and can participate in either a morning or afternoon shotgun start. Morning players will wrap up with a luncheon and awards ceremony, while the afternoon awards will be presented during an end-of-day cocktail awards reception.
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is internationally recognized as a leader in pediatric cancer research. The hospital, which was founded by the late entertainer Danny Thomas in 1962, has treated children from all 50 states, including from throughout Texas, and from around the world. Located in Memphis, Tenn., St. Jude is the first institution established for the sole purpose of conducting basic and clinical research into catastrophic childhood diseases, mainly cancer. It treats children without regard to race, religion, creed and ability to pay at no cost to the family. St. Jude conducts cutting-edge research that is freely shared with the global medical community so that together, we can help find cures and save children in communities everywhere.