Win Morgan James’ debut album ‘Hunter’
“This woman is on fire…” - NY Times
“Sexy and charming, Morgan James is a multi-talented performer. Listening to her new album Hunter is a pure delight. She can do it all.” Berry Gordy Jr.
New York-based singer, songwriter, and performer Morgan James releases her critically acclaimed debut album, ‘Hunter’ out February 9thon Sony Music. The album is produced by jazz and bluegrass guitarist Doug Wamble. You can catch Morgan’s UK 11 date tour in February – taking in The O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire on Feb 17th.
On her eponymous album – consisting original music including eight co-writing credits – Morgan casts an unbreakable spell with a powerhouse voice equally inspired by smoky soul, swaggering R&B, theatrical swing, and a virtuosic classical poise. This Hunter just became even sharper and sexier, making for the perfect introduction to this dynamic, diverse, and definitive young voice. Alongside the original tracks, the record also boasts powerful and personal renditions of Prince’s ‘Call My Name’ along with Hall & Oates’ ‘She’s Gone’ and Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Dancing In The Dark’ .
Morgan has had a successful stint on Broadway, where she was featured in The Addams Family with Nathan Lane in addition to Wonderland, Godspell (Turn Back, O Man), and Berry Gordy’s own Motown The Musical as Teena Marie. The latter set the stage for her to properly launch her solo career. Gordy recognized the vocalist's immense talent, and introduced her to Doug Morris and L.A. Reid, opening the door for a deal with Epic Records in 2012.
Morgan is touring the UK with Postmodern Jukebox. February tour dates below:-
Belfast Empire Music Hall (Belfast)
Vicar Street (Dublin)
Academy 2 (Manchester)
The Sage (Gateshead)
Old Fruitmarket (Glasgow)
The Queen's Hall (Edinburgh)
The Leadmill (Sheffield)
The Institute (Birmingham)
Concorde 2 (Brighton)
02 Shepherds Bush Empire (London)
Sunday, 1 March 2015 - 11:59pm
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