Lorrie MorganIn 1984 Lorrie Morgan made history when at age twenty-five she was the youngest person ever to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry. It wasn't long before she was offered a recording contract with RCA and later with sister label BNA, and a string of hits began. Timeless country standards like “Five Minutes,” “Something in Red,” “Watch Me” and “What Part of No” established Lorrie as a bona fide country star.

Lorrie has built a reputation as an artist who knows a great song when she hears one. The proof is in her legacy of mining Nashville's songwriting community throughout her career and finding hits. Her latest offering, I Walk Alone, is a labor of love that has been a lifetime in the making. The twelve songs she co-wrote and co-produced for I Walk Alone find Lorrie in a particularly introspective and vulnerable place in her life. Cuts including “Mirror, Mirror,” “Woman Thing,” and the title cut offer Lorrie's fans a rare look into the life of the woman whose life has quite literally been lived out on stage.

Always an over-achiever, Lorrie has also completed an album of “evergreen” classics, complete with an all-star cast of musicians and guests. Recorded entirely live in the studio with producer Wally Wilson at the controls, A Moment In Time captures the essence of Lorrie's sultry, flawless vocals as she delivers timeless classics including “Are You Lonesome Tonight,” “By the Time I Get to Phoenix,” “After the Fire is Gone” (duet with Tracy Lawrence, and “Easy Lovin'” (duet with Raul Malo).

Lorrie Morgan's trophy room is adorned with reminders of milestones that include fourteen top-ten hits, twelve albums, seven of which have gone gold and platinum, and four Female Vocalist of the Year awards. Her duet partners have included the likes of Frank Sinatra and The Beach Boys. With all these accomplishments it would be easy for her to rest on her laurels. But that's just not Lorrie.

Lorrie Morgan has a lot left to do. In addition to her new recording projects, she maintains a rigorous touring schedule is currently at work on several new business endeavors. She's excited to be a leading partner in The RedHot Jingle Company and looks forward to meeting our business customers whenever and wherever her schedule permits. It's been a long term goal to create a signature jingle sound that is defined by the Morgan family style and she is confident that RedHot can set a new standard for commercial music with that unique Nashville flavor.