Craig Campbell’s highly-anticipated debut single with Red Bow Records, “Tomorrow Tonight,” emerges this week as the forth most added song at country radio with 42 first week stations. The lead track to his forthcoming third studio album also set a personal record for the singer-songwriter doubling his previous record for the most first week adds of his career.
“Tomorrow Tonight” effortlessly embodies the neo-traditionalist tag he has come to personify. The sexy tune, that captures the fiery rendezvous between two lovers, melds both traditional and more modern sounds in perfect harmony.
Produced by Jeremy Stover (Justin Moore) and co-written by Campbell, Justin Wilson and Vicky McGhee, “Tomorrow Tonight” is the blueprint for Campbell’s third studio album due out later this year.
“There are a lot of sides to me that people haven’t yet seen,” says Campbell. “You can expect some great music with a little more energy and a lot more fire.”
Campbell will be performing “Tomorrow Tonight” live this week at the CMA Fest Riverfront Stage and a special acoustic show at AT&T U-verse Fan Fair X Showcase Stage in Nashville on Thursday, June 11. He is currently in the studio and will be touring the U.S. throughout the summer.