Craig Morgan Reveals Why Blake Shelton Is No Longer His Favorite Hunting Buddy In ’20 Questions’ Clip

Craig Morgan; Photo by David Bradley
Craig Morgan; Photo by David Bradley
Craig Morgan; Photo by David Bradley

Craig Morgan sat down with Country Now to answer some rapid-fire questions following his recent Country Now Live Concert at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville, which streamed exclusively on CTRL_Music_ on Twitch.

During the questionnaire, Morgan shared his favorite movie of all time, go-to karaoke song, and top three must-have snacks for when he’s busy touring on the road. Along with sharing a handful of interesting tidbits about himself, the multi-faceted entertainer and Army veteran also reflected on all things music including, his first musical memory, favorite country music hunting buddy, most memorable Opry moment, and much more.

“It used to be Blake Shelton, but I couldn’t get him to quit drinking while we were hunting. So, [I’d say] probably Dustin Lynch now.” Morgan joked in this exclusive clip regarding his favorite country music hunting buddy before sharing his favorite childhood memory. “Probably Christmas. We were so broke we couldn’t pay attention, so Christmas was a big deal for us.”

When it came to looking back on his performances on the famous Grand Ole Opry stage, Morgan recalled one unforgettable memory.

“It would have to be my first appearance,” Morgan shared. “I don’t remember a whole lot of the performance, but I do remember walking off the stage, and one of the older artists was standing there, and he said, ‘Young man, you better get used to this because you’re coming back a lot.”

Click below to watch the full video featuring 20 Questions with Craig Morgan and find out what the country hitmaker considers to be his most prized possession, nickname, and the strangest thing he’s ever eaten. Hint: the last of the three is a primate that he says “tastes like a bloody sponge.”

 

Morgan is currently taking to YouTube, where he hosts each new episode of American Plumber Stories. The show, which launched in August, finds him highlighting the lives of the skilled trade employees across America and supporting the need for more active workers in the plumbing occupation.

Morgan, who in 2020 dropped his first album of more than three years called God, Family, Country, is also playing various shows and festivals throughout the country, with performances scheduled through November 2021. Fans can look for more information on upcoming concerts on Morgan’s official website here.