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Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors Features Motorcycle Wedding

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This week on Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors, Craig takes a break from touring, performing and hunting hard to walk his daughter down the aisle. After that, he hits the GNCC racing circuit to play hard, get dirty and compete for a trophy of the non-antlered kind. Tune in and check out the all the fun and family memories Craig and his crew share during this very special episode!

Show Concept

Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors is a 30-minute reality show that offers fans a fly-on-the-wall look at country music superstar and avid outdoors-man Craig Morgan’s extremely busy lifestyle at home, on tour and in the great outdoors. True to the show’s name, Morgan throws open the doors of his life – both on stage and in the field. Whether he’s entertaining screaming fans at sold-out shows, motocross racing or bowhunting big game, Craig’s life is high-octane and his schedule is unrelenting. This hit reality show gives viewers an all access, backstage pass to Craig’s travels as he and his crew pursue big game, big thrills and big laughs across North America in a quest for the ultimate outdoor adventures.

Craig’s fellow country music artists – as well as professional athletes and motocross celebrities – join him for a new adventure each week. His engaging personality, lifelong love of hunting and considerable television experience make Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors a must-see for hunters and country music fans everywhere. In addition to the new season, Craig continues to be highly visible as he supports his recently released CD This Ole Boy and maintains a busy concert schedule.

Learn more at www.wildcomm.com/craigmorgan and www.craigmorgan.com.

2012 Quarter 3 Weekly Show Lineup

Week 8: Gators and Gobblers; Craig attends an Enduro race in Georgia before heading to an early-season turkey and gator hunt in Florida.

Outdoor Channel Airtimes

Tuesday 2:30 p.m. EST
Sunday 12:30 a.m. EST
Sunday 11:00 p.m. EST

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