Set for Grand Ole Opry appearances on April 27th and May 2nd
Morgan’s weekend kicked off at the “Folds of Honor” Patriot Bowling Tournament, where she was joined by sister label-mate, Lee Brice. The jam-packed schedule continued with a performance at The ACM Experience Cooper Tire Stage and wrapping up with a performance at the All-Star Jam after the annual awards ceremony.
“I had an unbelievable time and enjoyed meeting so many amazing country music fans! Thanks to the Academy for letting me be a part of such a spectacular event,” says Morgan.
In preparation of her debut single “Yellow Brick Road,” Morgan has been crisscrossing the highways of America for the past 4 months being introduced to radio programmers. The debut single, which she co-wrote with Jim Brown and Steve Clark, ships to country radio this week.
About Morgan Frazier:
Recognized in Country Weekly’s “Ones To Watch in 2013,” Morgan Frazier’s remarkable journey began in a small Texas town where she made her way to Nashville by literally going door-to-door. At just nine years old, Morgan recorded her first CD in her hometown of Breckenridge, Texas. Although they had no formal plans to market or sell the CD's, Morgan's family believed in their little girl's talent and ordered one thousand copies. For the next two years, Morgan and her family traveled all over the South and Southwest selling over thirty thousand copies of her album. At the age of sixteen, Morgan followed her dream to Nashville where she perfected her songwriting craft and honed her chops at the legendary Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge. Not long after, she signed a publishing and recording contract with Curb Records imprint Sidewalk Records. She has the rare ability to bring an audience into her world with just her words and a few chords on her guitar.
For more info, visit www.morganfraziermusic.com