Table of Biography
- 0.1 Lorrie Morgan is a famous American singer and the daughter of the legendary American singer George Thomas Morgan. Lorrie Morgan has composed and sung for hit albums like ‘Leave the Light On’, ‘Something in Red’, and ‘Watch Me’. She has also performed with singing greats like Dolly Parton with whom she collaborated for the song ‘Best Woman Wins’ which went platinum. Her albums like ‘War Paint’ (1994), ‘Greater Need’ (1996), and ‘Shaking Things Up’ (1997) are accredited gold.
- 1 Birth Facts
- 2 Relationship Status
- 3 Career and Profession Life
- 4 Professional Life
- 5 Lorrie Morgan – Awards
- 6 Lorrie Morgan – Net Worth 2023
- 7 Scandal
- 8 Social Media
- 9 Body Measurements
Lorrie Morgan is a famous American singer and the daughter of the legendary American singer George Thomas Morgan. Lorrie Morgan has composed and sung for hit albums like ‘Leave the Light On’, ‘Something in Red’, and ‘Watch Me’. She has also performed with singing greats like Dolly Parton with whom she collaborated for the song ‘Best Woman Wins’ which went platinum. Her albums like ‘War Paint’ (1994), ‘Greater Need’ (1996), and ‘Shaking Things Up’ (1997) are accredited gold.
Lorrie Morgan was born on June 27, 1959, in her birthplace, Nashville, Tennessee, United States. She has an American nationality and has cancer sun signs. As of now, her age is 62 years old.
Likewise, her birth name is Loretta Lynn Morgan and her nickname is ‘Fussy’. She follows the Catholic religion and belongs to the White ethnicity.
She is the youngest of four children of legendary country music singers George Morgan and Anastasia Paridon. Her siblings are Marty Morgan, Candy Morgan, and Bethany Chamberlain.
Her father, Grand Ole Opry legend George Morgan, died of a heart attack in 1975 when she was 16 years old.
Talking about her relationship status, she has been married six times until now. Lorrie Morgan married bass player Ron Gaddis in 1979, but the couple parted ways the following year. She had one child with him, daughter Morgan Anastasia Gaddis.
Whilst performing shows for various clubs and gigs, she got into a relationship with American Country Music singer Keith Whitley who was also touring to promote his album L.A. to Miami’.
The pair got married on 22nd November 1986; the marriage ended with the demise of Keith Whitley due to alcohol poisoning in 1989. The couple had one child, Jesse Keith Whitley, who is also a musician.
Then she got married to a bus driver named Brad Thompson on 27th October 1991, but the marriage ended in 1993 with a divorce.
She tied the knot for the fourth time with country music singer, songwriter, and musician Jon Randall on 16th November 1996, but the couple divorced in 1999.
On 29th September 2001, she tied the knot for the fifth time with Sammy Kershaw, a country singer and a politician as well.
The couple divorced on 23rd October 2007 due to personal issues. She married Randy White, a Tennessee businessman, on 15 September 2010, and the couple remains married till now.
Career and Profession Life
She started performing publically at the age of 13 with her father and took the stage at the ‘Grand Ole Opry’, a weekly country music platform with her version of ‘Paper Roses’, a song composed by Fred Spielman and Janice Torre, which was later sung by Anita Bryant.
After her father’s sudden demise in 1975, she took over his band at the age of 16. Then she started writing her songs and even paired with the ‘Little Roy Wiggins’ band, led by steel guitarist Little Roy Wiggins in 1977.
In addition, she also worked as a part-time receptionist and singer at an American Music Publishing firm ‘Acuff-Rose Music’. Performing hundreds of shows and gigs in clubs around the country, she gained enough popularity that paved the road for her country singing career.
As a rising vocalist, she was called to sing on television shows in Nashville, especially by Ralph Emery, a morning television show host, and close friend of her late father George Morgan.
In 1979, she recorded the song ‘I’m Completely Satisfied With You’. This song started playing on all radio stations and TV shows and became a small hit in Nashville.
She started singing in nightclubs and performed live openers for other famous American and Canadian country singers and bands like Jack Greene, ‘Billy Thundercloud and the Chieftones, and others.
She wrote and composed a new song ‘Don’t Go Changing’ in 1984, which was again a small hit in Nashville, and it was in the same year that she was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry as the youngest vocalist.
Although her career started at a very early age, she did not reach stardom until the 1990s when she rose to fame with her U.S. top-charting single ‘Train Wreck of Emotion’ which was written and composed by her.
It was followed by other mega-hits like ‘Five Minutes’, ‘Dear Me’, ‘Except for Monday’, and ‘A Picture Of Me Without You.’ Over the ensuing years, she released various country albums like ‘Greater Need’ (1996), ‘Shaking Things Up’ (1997), ‘Secret Love’ (1998), ‘And my Heart’(1999).
Some other popular are ‘Show Me How’ (2004), ‘A Moment In Time’ (2009), ‘I Walk Alone (2010), ‘Dos Divas’ (2013), and ‘Letting Go…Slow’ (2016).
Through her extensive singing career, she has delivered more than 20 hit singles that have topped the famous ‘Billboard Hot Country Singles and Tracks’ and recorded more than a dozen studio albums, live shows, and other hit compilations.
As a country singer with a huge fan following, she has sold over six million records worldwide. Being an artist and musical icon, she continues to write and compose songs for her Country Music fans worldwide.
Lorrie Morgan – Awards
Lorrie Morgan’s duet song with Keith Whitley, ‘Til a Tear Becomes a Rose,’ won the Country Music Association Award for Vocal Event of the Year in 1990. She was voted the ‘Female Vocalist of the Year’ by ‘Music City News Awards for four years: 1994, 1996, 1997, and 1998.
Moreover, she won the ‘Hot Shot Debut Award for her album ‘Reflections: Greatest Hits (1995) for the fifth position debut on the country album charts.
Lorrie Morgan – Net Worth 2023
Their net worth of her is $6 million as of 2023. Lorrie Morgan gained all her net worth from producing a string of chart-topping hits from the late 1980s. Her hard work from the age of 13 has succeeded and has made her known all over the world.
Lorrie Morgan has married six times. She also had a secret affair with actor/U.S. Senator Fred Thompson (R-Tenn). Dated Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman (1993).
Lorrie Morgan uses Facebook and Twitter. She often shares posts there. Thousands of people follow her on social media. She also has an Instagram account but she is not active this year. Her last post was in June 2019. Hence, she has a huge fan that loves and respects her and her work.
Lorrie Morgan has a height of 5 feet 1 inch and a weight of 50 kg. She has a slim body type. The size of the shoe that she wears is 7.5 (US). And the dress she wears is size 2 (US). Even though she has become old, she has maintained her figure and health very well.