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Morris signs with Sony

Thursday, September 10, 2015 – Texas singer Maren Morris signed with Columbia Nashville imprint of Sony Nashville.

The Texas-native was a winner of the 2012 New Music Seminar's "Artist on the Verge" award. Her songwriting cuts include Tim McGraw's "Last Turn Home" on "Sundown Heaven Town" and Kelly Clarkson's "Second Wind."

Morris, who now lives in Nashville, will hit the road next on select dates with Sam Hunt and Little Big Town. Morris' next show will be Oct. 2 with Hunt in Charlotte, N.C.

Morris has released several full-length recordings on her own.


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CD review - GIRL Maren Morris, who had a huge pop hit with "The Middle," is never going to be anybody's ideal traditional country singer. Although, thankfully, there isn't anything that mind-numbingly beat-driven on her "GIRL" album, this is a full-length that will likely appeal as much to Morris' pop fans, as her country followers. The first great song, "A Song For Everything," addresses that mysterious intersection between one's favorite songs and significant life events. ...
CD review - Hero Maren Morris scored a hit out of the box with "My Church," the best of 11 songs on her major label full-length debut. The Texan infuses the song she wrote with uber producer busbee (he's worked with everyone from Keith Urban on "Ripcord" to 5 Seconds of Summer and Shakira and is one of three producers here including Morris) with mighty vocals powering a midtempo, soulful reading extolling the redemptive powers of playing music with the windows rolled down. ...
CD review - Maren Morris After going the indie route in her native Texas, Maren Morris releases a five-song EP to serve as an intro for the hoped for masses. Morris, who has penned songs for Tim McGraw and Kelly Clarkson, starts off with the edgier sounding "My Church." With an easy-going pace, Morris is elastic with her words, puts a bit of twang and gospel feel into her delivery and sings with authority when she asks "Can I get a hallelujah?/Can I get an amen?" But her salvation is FM radio - ...


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