Who is Morgan Clark?
“Morgan’s ability to go from powerful, independent woman to vulnerable with lilting touch on command shows an emotional depth and complexity that belies her age. In other words, she good.” - Lowell Reynolds | Mixer/Engineer
Most young singers who move to Music City USA to find their place in the music industry can’t figure out how to make a living playing their music because, they have too many fears and insecurities. Consequently, they have a day job to pay the bills and they perform at night (energy allowing), at writer’s nights for free. Not Morgan Clark … Morgan came to Nashville 3 years ago to make a living doing what she loves and she is already doing just that, which in itself makes her ‘One of the Fortunate Few’.
Morgan has a residency gig 3 nights a week at the Hilton Garden Inn on Broadway, in the heart of Music Row and she tours regionally with her band on the weekends, amidst a steady flow of private and corporate functions. And somewhere in there, Morgan has spent every spare minute learning and loving, the craft of songwriting … the key to it all, in today’s music industry.
Clark calls her music whimsical ‘Retro Pop/Country’ and whimsical it is, to the point of delighting everyone, who gets a chance to watch Morgan perform. But don’t let her whimsy blind you to the fact that Morgan is an overachiever … and … a tomboy at heart. Before arriving in Nashville, she was a hard-core ski-racing coach, while competing professionally on the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire, where she also grew up driving locomotives and training bears at the family business, Clark’s Trading Post.
Morgan listens to God and her heart and her passions encompass a variety of life’s offerings … Family, nature, fashion, art, travel, co-piloting a Piper Comanche, lemon meringue pie and more music … which speaks volumes.
Morgan inherited her Father’s warmth, her sister’s feistiness and her Mother’s legs. Her favorite colors are teal & pink and she has great taste in shoes.
The fact is … Morgan’s graceful yet humble presence turns heads. We call that the ‘it-factor’ and so … her time has arrived. Morgan has done the work and she is ‘READY’. With one record already in-hand, Morgan just finished recording her ‘label pitch-project’ at Blackbird Studios, in May/2019, with her new producer ‘Randy Rockit’ and her very best original songs … which with God’s Blessing, will hopefully result in her first record deal, publishing deal, big venue tour, National exposure and the next chapter of her already very successful musical journey.
— James D. Rea THE PRODUCER’S CHAIR