Vince Gill once described Heather Morgan’s  voice as a combination of Patty Griffin and Dolly Parton. Growing up in Richardson, Texas, Heather was raised on Willie Nelson, Dolly, Linda, Emmylou, George Strait, Lee Ann Womack, The Dixie Chicks, Motown classics and a bit of Carole King.

While attending TCU in Fort Worth, TX  Heather put a band together and spent weekends playing all around the Lone Star State. After graduating, she made the move to Nashville and signed with Warner Chappell Music Publishing. Fellow Texan, Randy Rogers, was the first to cut one of her songs, “This Is Goodbye.” Heather currently writes for Sony ATV Music Publishing and her songs have been recorded by The Eli Young Band, Maddie and Tae, Brett Eldredge, Thomas Rhett, Sara Evans, Keith Urban and featured on the tv show, “Nashville.

She earned her first #1 song in 2014 with Brett Eldredge’s, “Beat of The Music,” which she co-wrote with Eldredge and writer/producer, Ross Copperman. She also wrote the Top 15 hit, “Slow Me Down,” for Sara Evans. Her song, “Lose My Mind, ” written with Brett Eldredge and Ross Copperman and performed by Brett, is currently a top 5 hit at country radio. She has lended her voice to albums by The Eli Young Band, Brett Eldredge and recently Kenny Chesney. She is featured in Billboard Magazine’s Nashville Power Players edition, NASH Country Weekly, and participated in ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp.

 

 

 

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