Morgan Lovelace
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Morgan Lovelace

Northfield, New Jersey, United States | SELF

Northfield, New Jersey, United States | SELF
Band Rock Singer/Songwriter

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"Morgan Lovelace is Here"

In more than one way, feeling unheard continues to be an important part of singer-songwriter, Morgan Lovelace.
Morgan Lovelace has been interested in music since the age of 3. She has been singing since the age of 8 in her youth choir at her childhood church. She has sung in various community programs. Born in Richmond, Virginia in December of 1990, Morgan's talent was noticed by her grandmother then realized by her mother when she sung My Heart will go on sung by Celine Dion at home one day. She has always had her dreams set on becoming a singer.
When she was six, she wrote her first song - titled "My Ocean" - after looking at a present of cologne her older sister got for her boyfriend, called "my ocean". She recalls making a jingle for the cologne and haven't stopped writing songs since.
Growing up in Mays Landing, New Jersey in a tight-knit family, Morgan's natural music ability was harnessed to her determined personality. Since she was seven she was entered herself into a talent contest and shows. Morgan blossomed under the spotlight. - Punkdotcom


Discography

Volume I: The Broken Hearted Chronicles of...
Volume II: The Blaque Cirkuz
Volume III: All of Me
Volume IV: Chocolate-Covered Chainsaws

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Unlike most of her professional peers, Morgan Lovelace is not only a singer/ songwriter but a recording engineer.

Born on December 27, 1990 in Richmond, Virginia Morgan is the middle child of Garry and Vanessa Lovelace. Soon afterwards her parents and older sister moved to New Jersey, then her little sister, Lauren, was born.

When she was five she started singing. Her mother Vanessa suggested she join the youth choir at church. The Minister of Music, Sister Marionette Todd began to see the passion that Morgan possessed while singing. By the age of eight Morgan began performing at various talent shows all over the South Jersey area.

One night Morgan stayed up and watches the 1999 Grammy and during that night she was inspired to write her first song entitled “Party Girl”. When she was twelve she started to play her second instrument, piano. Her first instrument was the clairnet. When Morgan was thirteen she recorded her first song she wrote called “Sometimes” with Tropical Entertainment.

A year later she left Tropical Entertainment because of a lack of communication and went to a performing arts high school in Somers Point, New Jersey called The Perfoming Arts and Technology High School at ChARTer Tech in 2005. At fourteen she started to learn guitar (her third instrument) and started to compose music. Then she started to learn how to engineer recording. She composed a song called “Hard to Say” for her school "Original" show. After the show, she noticed that a lot of her peer enjoyed the song. So she recorded the song with Lew London and put up on her MySpace page. The song was successful on MySpace and YouTube receiving over 1,000 hits.

In 2008 Morgan performed at Carnegie Hall twice and became a certified Digidesign operator with the company called ProTools. She is now also a member of Broadcast Music Incorporated (BMI). What makes Morgan unique is that she is a “singer with benefits”. She can also be an in-house recording engineer for her label and song write and compose. What Morgan can offer you is the best of both worlds. A singer, writers, recording artist as well as a producer. What more can you ask for?