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Lorrie Morgan Biography
Although she spent most of her life singing, Lorrie Morgan
didn't become a star until the early '90s, when she scored a string of
Top Ten country hits. Born Loretta Lynn Morgan, she was the daughter of
Grand Ole Opry star George Morgan and made her professional debut at
age 13 on the Opry, where her rendition of Paper Roses received a
standing ovation. When her father died in 1975, she took over his band
and began leading the group through various club gigs. Within a few
years, she disbanded the group, and in 1977, she went on to play with
the Little Roy Wiggins band. She then became a receptionist and demo
singer at Acuff-Rose, where she also wrote songs. In 1978 she had one
minor hit single; the following year another minor hit with I'm
Completely Satisfied, an electronically dubbed duet with her late
father. She began touring Nashville nightclubs and opened for a number
of acts, including Jack Greene, Billy Thunderkloud, and Jeanie Seely.
She also toured as a duet partner with George Jones and spent two years
as part of the Opryland USA bluegrass show and as a guest singer on
TNN's Nashville Now.
In 1984, Morgan scored a minor hit with Don't Go Changing. That year
she became the youngest singer ever to join the Grand Ole Opry. She
married Keith Whitley in 1986 and two years later had a Top 20 hit,
Trainwreck of Emotion. Morgan's popularity was blossoming and she had
just scored a major hit with Dear Me when Whitley died suddenly in
1989. Though devastated, Morgan continued to work, and that year her
album Leave the Light On went gold. In 1990 she had her first number
one single, Five Minutes, along with several other Top Ten hits.
Something in Red, her second album, was released in 1991; it went
platinum and spawned the number one single What Part of No. Morgan's
third album, Watch Me, was released in 1992; Merry Christmas From
London (1993) and War Paint (1994) followed before she issued her
Greatest Hits in 1995. She released her fifth studio album, Greater
Need, in 1996; Secret Love followed two years later. In 1999, Morgan
returned with My Heart; the hits collection Side by Side appeared the
following spring. I Finally Found Someone, featuring a duet with Sammy
Kershaw, was released in spring 2001. ~ Sandra Brennan, All Music Guide
Written by Sandra Brennan