Sunday, September 11, 7:30 pm
Loretta Lynn Morgan was born to make music.
Barely a teenager when she made her first impression on country music fans, Lorrie became one of the youngest performers to have made their debut at the Grand Ole Opry—alongside her father, the late country singer George Morgan.
Today, the Grammy-nominated singer is a modern woman making country music history. She continues to walk the path established by female country music trailblazers such as Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, and Tammy Wynette.
Throughout her career, Lorrie’s music has been found all over the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts: three number-one singles (Five Minutes, What Part of No, and I Didn’t Know My Own Strength) along with 11 additional top-ten hits.
While her musical style is defined largely by country pop influences and a dramatic singing voice, Lorrie’s success is defined by her love of great songs that serve as a reflection of her heart and life.
“I have been a daughter, a bride, a mother, a divorcée, a widow, a single mother, a breadwinner, and a survivor” she said. “In many ways, I am a living, breathing country song.”