Teenage tunesmith, Ali Morgan, is no stranger to the stage. The North Aurora, IL native has been in the spotlight for almost half of her life.
She wrote her first song in Kindergarten and hasn’t slowed down since. When she was nine her parents gave her her first guitar, a Fender Malibu Series, which sparked her love for country music.
After years of hard work and proving to her parents music is her true passion, she now calls Music City home and landed her first record deal with Nashville based label, Silverado Records, at the age of 13. Ali released her first track, Crazy (Single) under the label. Her second single, Firefly Curfew was featured on the compilation album, Summer on Repeat, and has amassed over 290k+ streams on Spotify. The first new single from her second EP, Fogging Up My Brain was released in April 2019.
Ali loves performing for crowds, having recently opened for Why Don't We, Andy Grammer and Kellie Pickler and played on stage with Collin Raye. When she isn’t in the studio working on her second EP, Ali is performing at some of Nashville’s most well known venues such as the legendary Bluebird Café, Belcourt Taps, The Local or Tavern 96. Driven by her authentic love for writing and making music, this passionate performer dreams of the day that she takes the stage to find her fans singing her own lyrics back to her. “I hope someday that my music can affect people the way music has always affected me,” said Ali.