Founder of The Campbell Entertainment Group
Craig Campbell is a 25-year music industry veteran who formed The Campbell Entertainment Group, focusing on full-service publicity, consulting, artist development and artist management. Prior to forming the company, Campbell spent 14 years heading up publicity for artists like the Dixie Chicks, Montgomery Gentry, Gretchen Wilson, Miranda Lambert and others at Sony Music's Columbia, Epic and Monument labels. His first nine years in the music business were spent with highly respected music video promotion and publicity company AristoMedia.
Since its inception, The Campbell Entertainment Group has provided services for a variety of clients including Randy Owen, from the legendary group Alabama, chart-topping country artists Gretchen Wilson, Jo Dee Messina and Darryl Worley, artists Krista Marie and TelluRide and the Nashville Songwriters Association International. The company represents hit singer/songwriter James House and new artists Eric Lee Beddingfield and Tommy Townsend for management.
Campbell serves on the board of Embraced By Hope, advisory boards for Country Cares For St. Jude Kids and Project Paper Doll for the Monroe Carell, Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt and co-chairs the golf committee for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. He won the Governor's Safety Award for promoting motorcycle safety last year. Married for 23 years, he and his wife Kelli are the parents of two daughters.
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