Morgan Evans Signs U.S. Record Deal with Warner Music Nashville
There’s a new member on the Warner Music Nashville team thanks to the new addition of Morgan Evans to their roster.
The Australian country crooner recently signed on to join the ranks of the top artists in the genre with his unique songwriting and vocal talents. Dreaming of this moment since he began playing his guitar at the age of 13, Evans landed the ultimate stamp of approval by tagging onto the Warner crew.
In celebration of the life changing career move, Evans celebrated in a way that only he knew how: creating an innovative mashup video featuring songs from some of his favorite artists on the label. Putting together hits like “Don’t Ya” by Brett Eldredge and “God Gave Me You” by Blake Shelton, Evans shows his potential for so much more in the near future within his style of country music.
“I JUST SIGNED A U.S. RECORD DEAL! So stoked to be a part of the Warner Music Nashville family! To celebrate I decided to do a mash-up of my favourite Warner Nashville songs! Check out my take on Blake Shelton, Brett Eldredge, Cole Swindell & Dan + Shay and let me know what you think,” the Australian country singer captioned his spontaneous Facebook performance video.
Fiancée Kelsea Ballerini congratulated her man via an adorable tweet, capturing the respect and love she has toward their future together as a couple and signed artists in the business.
Couldn’t be more happy or proud of this human. So patient, so humble, SO talented. Excited to ride the roller coaster with you babe. https://t.co/OUZrtjzV2p
— Kelsea Ballerini (@KelseaBallerini) May 16, 2017
“Couldn’t be more happy or proud of this human. So patient, so humble, SO talented. Excited to ride the roller coaster with you babe,” she wrote, with a kissing emoji face to spare.
Evans is preparing his debut release on the Nashville record label by teaming up with acclaimed songwriter Chris DeStefano to create a project all his own. He’ll commemorate his signing in Nashville once again with a performance at the Grand Ole Opry on May 19, followed by a night at the iconic Bluebird Café the next day.