Grace Morrison has released her album “Daughter”, it can be found here. Grace grew up in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and took piano lessons. While she always loved music, she never thought of it as a career but as a life. It took her a while to get into country music as her dad kept telling her to listen to The Chicks. Music has always been her strength. Morrison loves artists like Tori Amos and Alanis Morrissette. Morrison was not sure if she would have recorded this album if it was not for COVID-19 as she had booked small venues all of the country for the year and they all got canceled.
The Massachusetts born singer performed for years but could not afford to record any music. The new album is Grace’s first time she wrote songs with being a solo album and career in mind, “This album is my voice”. The very first song Morrison wrote for the album was “Just Loving You” which she collaborated with hit country music singer-songwriter Lori McKenna (The Highwomen, Carrie Underwood, and Little Big Town). Another collaborator on the Album is Lloyd Maines, father of Natalie Maines from The Chicks. Grace’s dream venue is the Melody Tent in her hometown of Cape Cod. Her advice to new artists? “Play and do not look for other people’s approval on your music, tune out others”.
You can find more information on Grace Morrison at www.gracemorrison.com.