Craig Morgan will celebrate the release of his upcoming new album with a free concert at Nashville's Wildhorse Saloon during the week of the 2016 CMA Music Festival.

Morgan's new project, titled A Whole Lot More to Me, is set for release on June 3. The singer will hit the Wildhorse shortly thereafter, on June 8, for a full-band concert that will also feature special guests Lindsay Ell, Jillian Cardarelli, Adam Sanders, Hailey Whitters, Third Day's Mac Powell and other surprise guests. Powell appears on one of the new record's tracks, "Hearts I Leave Behind."

“What better way to celebrate the release of my new CD and give back to the fans than a free concert with a whole bunch of my friends,” Morgan says in a press release.

Morgan co-wrote five of the 12 tracks on A Whole Lot More to Me, enlisting the help of some of the best songwriters in Music City, including Eric Paslay, Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne, Jim McBride and others, to help. The singer has already released the first single off of the album, "When I'm Gone," as well as a second track, "I'll Be Home Soon."

In a press release, Morgan states that A Whole Lot More to Me gave him “renewed energy.”

“In fact, I’m at the pinnacle of my career — producing, singing and touring. And this album epitomizes that,” he continues. “It’s all about living to the fullest, and when people hear it, I know they’ll relate it to their own lives.”

A Whole Lot More to Me is available for pre-order via Amazon and at Autographed copies of the album will be available for purchase at the June 8 concert.

In addition to Morgan's free show, numerous other events are scheduled for the week of the 2016 CMA Music Festival, which which officially runs June 9-12. Fans can stay up to date on events and tickets via the CMA Music Festival website.

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