Lorrie Morgan & Marty Morgan Announce From The Heart: A Night With The Morgans

Country music songstress Lorrie Morgan will join her brother, acclaimed songwriter Marty Morgan for a very special evening of music at the world famous Bluebird Café on Wednesday, August 2nd. Children of Grand Ole Opry Star, George Morgan, the next generation will come together and share the heartfelt songs and stories they love the most.

The in-the-round performance will begin at 9:00pm with doors opening at 8:30 pm. The night will also feature several special guests who will join in and celebrate the iconic music that the Morgan family have shared with the world for the past several decades.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning (07/26/17) at 08:00 am…

Lorrie Morgan has firmly established her place as a country star…a modern woman making country music history. Born Loretta Lynn Morgan, Lorrie made her first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry stage at age 13. Three short years later, after her dad, country music star George Morgan’s passing, Lorrie launched her own career touring with her father’s band. In 1984 she made history of her own when she became a lifetime member of the Grand Ole Opry at the age of 24…at the time, she was the youngest artist to ever be inducted.

Morgan continues to record and tour extensively. Her latest solo project, “Letting Go…Slow” was released in early 2016 to critical acclaim. The collection includes brand new material along with Morgan’s take on classics such as “Ode to Billie Jo,” and the Larry Gatlin penned heartbreaker, “I’ve Done Enough Dying Today.”

She recently finished recording a second duets album with longtime friend, collaborator and touring partner, Pam Tillis. The project is set for release this fall. Lorrie’s 2017 tour has her visiting every corner of the United States, multiple trips to Canada, as well as stops in Finland and Norway.

For a complete list of tour dates and to stay up-to-date on all of Lorrie Morgan’s forthcoming new projects visit her official website at lorrie.com and follow her on Twitter and Facebook!


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