Faith Morley is a singer songwriter of contemporary country music. Her exciting new debut album 'Morning Star' has just been released, featuring established musicians such as Roy Adams (Roy Wood Band), Johnny Caswell, Stuart Neal (Knoxville Highway), and John Potter (formerly – Toy Hearts).
Even as a sixteen year-old Faith scooped first place out of 100 entries in Music Quest 2002 competition. Which led onto further performances with Beacon radio and airtime on radio Wolf in Wolverhampton. Over 20 performances followed throughout the Midlands including a Summer XS Festival, to 25,000 people, on the bill that featured Claire Sweeney, Darius, Hear Say and So Solid Crew’s Romeo.
Faith completed her education in Music before spending 3 years at a Bible College, in Swansea after an encounter that changed her life and set her on a journey in the Christian faith. During this time she formed lifelong friendships with students from other nations, including meeting her would-be husband Josh. Faith has a love an passion for people and has visited India, Albania, Hungary, USA and Finland, with fellow students to help with short term missions and support orphans and homeless people. She also spent time in Glastonbury, where she performed at the annual ‘Grace Festival’ followed by SOZO festival events around England and Serbia.
The debut album is a collection of songs which reflect the joy and hope that she has found in God on her journey of faith. The album is entitled ‘Morning Star’ and is now available at all major internet outlets with a hardcopy CD release and 12-page booklet which is available to purchase at www.amazon.co.uk
Please stay tuned to Faith’s website, faithmorley.com for further details.