When you hear a voice that is honest and raw, you immediately feel an inner connection with that person. Morgan Myles performs with passion and conviction because of what she has had to live through in her daily life. With her recent life experiences Myles even more determined in pursuing her dream.
Myles is originally from Williamsport, PA and is a recent graduate of Belmont Curb College of Music Business. She went to Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA for her freshman year, then the urging of Clay Bradley, the former VP of Sony’s A & R Division, transferred to Belmont where she earned her degree.
Now a resident of Nashville, Tennessee, Morgan Myles is an amazing talent who performs a blend of singer-songwriter, alternative rock and soul music. She writes songs about anything that seems to her affect her life in a very raw manner that listeners can truly relate to. It was her first guitar teacher recognizing her retro soulful sound who exposed her to the late 60's and early 70's that has made Myles show so unique for her time.
Myles completed her first solo record in 2009, writing every song and promoting it throughout Europe. Also gaining community attention she began writing with many successful songwriters. Soon after she decided to strengthen her performance abilities by touring with Crystal Shawanda, CCMA’s 2009 best female artist, along with opening for Reba McEntire, and playing at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. However, her most eye-opening moment was performing for US troops departing for Iraq at Camp Shelby Mississippi where she rediscovered the power of music.
Having wrapped her tour, Bmi's Mark Mason took a great interest in Myles career saying, "Myles is rare in the sense of being the true trifecta combining songwriting, singing and musical performance.” She was featured in the Key West Songwriter's festival, BMI Buzz showcase, as well as BMI Presents all. Many booking agencies took interest immediately after these performances and Myles was playing showcases and opening for many artists including Rick Springfield. Soon after she was offered a unique opportunity to record an alternative-rock project at Blackbird Studios with the legendary Vance Powell. Myles learned quickly that this type of production complimented her voice and she went on to record and produce her own self-titled EP, which is now available for digital download.