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article imageCountry star Lorrie Morgan joins Agency33, to release new music

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 12, 2017 in Music
Multi-platinum country songstress and Grand Ole Opry star Lorrie Morgan has signed on as the flagship artist of the newly formed Agency33, for its tour press division.
Morgan will be reuniting with music publicist Joey Amato. Throughout her respected career in the country music scene, she has sold over 12 million albums worldwide, which include 14 Top 10 hits, as well as a dozen full-length studio albums, and four "Female Vocalist of the Year" awards.
She was the first female artist to have three consecutive platinum albums (certified by the Recording Industry Association of America), and her most popular hits include "Five Minutes," "Except for Monday," "Something in Red," "Watch Me" and "What Part of No."
Morgan made her inaugural appearance on the hallowed Grand Ole Opry stage at the age of 13. She launched her own career three years later, where she toured with her father's band. In 1984, she was the youngest artist to become a lifetime member of the Grand Ole Opry, at the age of 24.
To this day, she continues to record and tour extensively. Her latest solo album, Letting Go...Slow earlier this year. It included original material, as well as covers of such country classics as Bobbie Gentry's "Ode to Billie Joe," as well as "I've Done Enough Dying Today," which was penned by Larry Gatlin.
She recently finished recording a second duets album with longtime friend and collaborator, acclaimed country songstress Pam Tillis. This new duets project with Pam Tillis will be released this fall. Her tour this year will include stops in the United States, as well as Canada, Finland and Norway.
To learn more about Lorrie Morgan and her touring schedule, check out her official homepage.
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