Craig Morgan is set to appear on Travel Channel’s new series Hotel Impossible, Mon., June 11 at 9 PM/CT. The upcoming episode features Morgan and hotel “fixer” Anthony Melchiorri attempting to revive Nashville’s historic Fiddler’s Inn.
For the episode, Melchiorri plans a surprise food truck competition judged by Morgan with an acoustic performance at the hotel.
This appearance adds to Morgan’s small screen resume as he appeared on Army Wives earlier this year and recently filmed a role on Rizzoli & Isles to air later this summer. His own show Craig Morgan: All Access Outdoors enters its third season on the Outdoor Channel starting July 1.
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Morgan was out at CMA Music Festival last week collecting support for the Jack Daniels’ “Toast to the Troops” campaign. A supporter since it began in 2005, Morgan collected messages of support on Thursday (6/7) from fans in the CMA Fan Fair Hall.
“I’m more than happy to take a photo and sign anything my fans would like during the CMA Music Festival, but what I really want is for them to sign a message of support for our troops,” said Morgan. “We want them to know that they have our unconditional love and support.”
Volunteers will compile the ‘toast’ messages with items requested by servicemen and women serving overseas, such as prepaid international calling cards, toiletries, sunscreen, disposable cameras and snacks as part of the June 18 ‘Stuffing Party’ hosted at Navy Pier Chicago. The event will conclude with a free and open-to-the public concert by Morgan at 7:00 PM on the East End Plaza of the Pier.
Morgan spent over 10 years of active duty in the Army and an additional nine years in the Army Reserves. He is a supporter of America’s military personnel and a recipient of the 2006 USO Merit Award.
Since the first Toast to the Troops event at Fort Campbell, Jack Daniel’s and the USO have held 15 stuffing events across the country and sent more than 160,000 Operation USO Care Packages to our troops serving overseas.
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