The Morgan Rowe Band
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The Morgan Rowe Band

Decatur, Georgia, United States

Decatur, Georgia, United States
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The Morgan Rowe Band
Dancing a Long White Line
Words and Music by Morgan Rowe
Recorded, mixed, produced, and mastered at Music by Night Studios, Stone Mountain, GA by John Shoffner and Morgan Rowe.

Morgan Rowe’s second album, ‘Dancing a Long White Line,’ is crunchier and more rocking than her first album, A Night Like This, but it still stays true to the singer songwriter tradition and that is precisely why her fans include folkies and Melissa Etheridge fans. In fact it has been noted that Morgan would be a perfect opener for Etheridge. A Night Like This garnered critical reviews for its rich musical arrangements, peppy guitar work and a presence reminiscent of Indigo Girl Amy Ray. Rowe’s latest effort also draws on some dark themes, yet its overall feel is more energetic and upbeat. Morgan’s songs are true stories of her life and others. Rowe has several strengths as an artist, the most noteworthy being her song writing. Her songs are all solidly built with a pop flavor that makes them humable and memorable. Like Amy Ray, Rowe presents a total package of serious, passionate playing and singing. Her guitar work is solid, the band is tight and right with her and the rhythm of her guitar complements her singing. The album opens with ‘When Midnight Comes,’ a fast paced rock tune with an impressive and clean electric rock guitar lick. ‘Spaces In Between’ is a pop, folk, and rock ballad rolled into one. ‘Spaces’ seems to be a relationship song, and is strong lyrically. One wants to hear every word because they know they can relate to it. The album’s highlight is ‘Six,’ a very moving ode to six firefighters who died in 1999 in Massachusetts. Morgan’s voice is a sixties folk voice, interesting, exciting, and like Chris Pureka is textured and nuanced, a softer kind of Etheridge voice. The album ends with a beautiful ballad, ‘Carolina.’ Several songs include nice electric guitar riffs that are spiced throughout but not laden and just enough to keep rock fans happy. ‘Spaces,’ ‘Six,’ and ‘Carolina,’ are the three best songs on an album that includes no duds. Rowe always keeps her audience with her, and seeing her live is a treat because she radiates sincerity, humility, and talent.

---Katie Klemenchich
- Labrys Magazine


A Night Like This (1999)
Dancing a Long White Line (2006)



With a warm alto, singer/songwriter Morgan Rowe conjures up some of today’s best female voices, from Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls to Margo Timmons of the Cowboy Junkies. Rowe’s warm, powerful voice and no-nonsense lyrics are commanding without ever being over-bearing – which for singer/songwriters is an increasingly rare combination.