Lorrie Morgan Biography
Birthday: June 27, 1959 (Cancer)
Born In: Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Lorrie Morgan is a famous American country music singer and the daughter of the legendary American singer George Thomas Morgan. She started performing publically at the age of 13 with her father, and took the stage at the ‘Grand Ole Opry’, a weekly country music platform with her own version of ‘Paper Roses’, a song composed by Fred Spielman and Janice Torre, that was later sung by Anita Bryant. Although her career started at a very early age, she did not reach stardom until the 1990s when she rose to fame with her U.S. top charting single ‘Trainwreck of Emotion’ that was written and composed by her, followed by other mega hits like ‘Five Minutes’, ‘Dear Me’, ‘Except for Monday’, and ‘A Picture Of Me Without You.’ Through her extensive singing career she has delivered more than 20 hit singles that have topped the famous ‘Billboard Hot Country Singles and Tracks’, and recorded more than a dozen studio albums, live shows, and other hit compilations. As a country singer with a huge fan following, she has sold over six million records worldwide. Coming to her personal life, she has been married six times, three of her spouses being famous American Country singers. Being an artist and musical icon, she continues to write and compose songs for her Country Music fans worldwide.