Much has happened for William Michael Morgan since the release of his first single, “I Met A Girl,” and the 24-year-old returns to country radio as “Vinyl” – the title track from his debut album – arrives among the most added on the airplay charts. The honest offering mimics Morgan’s renewed sense of self, forged through a year that included major professional and personal milestones. The 2017 CRS New Faces honoree made his national television debut on NBC’s TODAY, garnered Gold certification for his No. 1 single “I Met A Girl” and celebrated his daughter’s first birthday.
“‘Vinyl’ is my favorite cut on the album and I think it tells a great love story,” shared Morgan. “During a time where I am focusing on personal growth, it felt right to choose something so honest as my next single. Vinyl has always been a timeless classic and that’s the kind of music I want to put out into the world.”
Written by Carson Chamberlain, Ashley Gorley and Wade Kirby, the signature track proves to be a standout for fans and critics alike with Saving Country Music asserting, “‘Vinyl’ has the stuff to seek and find appeal with the mainstream flock.” It has been a staple in the Mississippi native’s live set often earning a standing ovation. The Boot lauded “Vinyl” as “a mellow tune that hearkens back to the traditional country sound that Morgan is so adept at capturing.”
Influenced by country music legends such as Keith Whitley and Merle Haggard, it was fitting for Morgan to contribute pieces to the 2017 American Currents exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame. Morgan to honor iconic musicians, slated to perform October 12 for Opry County Classics at The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. For full tour dates and more information, visit www.WilliamMichaelMorgan.com and follow William Michael Morgan on: Facebook / Twitter / Instagram.http://www.countryschatter.com/2017/10/william-michael-morgan-launches-title-track-single-with-renewed-sense-of-self/Country Music Hall of FameGrand Ole OpryNew ReleasesPress ReleaseUncategorizedashley gorley,Carson Chamerlain,Country Music Hall of Fame,Grand Ole Opry,Keith Whitley,merle haggard,ryman auditorium,vinyl,Wade Kirby,William Michael Morgan