Powerhouse vocalist/singer-songwriter Morgan Myles is one of those artists that makes it look and sound so easy. The soulful country artist and Pennsylvania native, who has made Nashville home, has already earned critical acclaim from outlets such as Billboard, CMT, People and Rolling Stone, with Rolling Stone saying “a voice that shines with raw might in its upper register.”
Most recently seen as a finalist on NBC’s “The Voice” Season 22, Morgan was given the highest of praises by the judges throughout the entirety of the competition. John Legend described one performance by saying “I honestly thought about it, and it was like an award show performance. I really did feel that when I was watching you perform.” He continued by saying “I think you’ve been one of the most gifted vocalists throughout this competition.” Later in the show, Legend would go on to say that Morgan is “the best country singer [he's] seen since [he's] seen on The Voice." High praise and standing ovations were the norm for her throughout the show, with Gwen Stefani stating that Morgan “sounded like she was on the Grammy stage already.” Morgan’s coach, Camila Cabello, beaming with pride, said “I feel like you have superstar status.” Camila continued by saying “We need this woman at award shows, we just need her.” High praise also came from Blake Shelton saying, “I give you an ovation. It’s incredible.”
A natural songwriter herself, Morgan’s songs display themes of strength, perseverance, and empowerment. After working tirelessly to release her debut album in 2020, “Therapy,” she is ready to spread her message for the good that music can do. The vulnerable singer-songwriter proves that music has remained her 'Therapy' throughout her ups and downs with her massive 5 octave vocal range. Empowering anthems like 'Empire' and 'Silence,' and ballads like 'Sanctuary,' 'I Believe,' and 'Therapy' and the raw stripped down 'Suffocate Me,' will let you in on Morgan’s life story as she wrote her way through an incredibly challenging situation. Award winning producers Corey Crowder and Jason Mater teamed up to capture Morgan’s' music in a fresh new way. Morgan states "I hope this music ultimately connects and helps people to heal."
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