- Tickets are $ 12 to $ 15 on eventbrite.com
- Tickets will be $ 20 in person on the day of the show.
William michael morgan is ready to have a good time on Saturday, and the country singer / songwriter wants everyone to come for their first visit to Range 231 N.
He chose a good time to visit. It’s the 4th anniversary of the Montgomery nightclub, with Morgan and a regular favorite, the River Dan Band.
âIt’s really nice to be there with people, to have a good time and to party,â said Morgan, from Vicksburg, Mississippi, who will be performing as an acoustic solo on Saturday.
Doors open at 6 p.m. at 3250 Wetumpka Highway, and music begins at 9 p.m. Tickets cost $ 12 to $ 15 online and are available online through eventbrite.com. They will be $ 20 in person on the day of the show.
In addition to music, guests can expect prizes and free crayfish to snack on.
âI’m a crayfish fan so I’m looking forward to this part,â Morgan said.
Morgan recently released a new single “Girl Like Mine”, which just hit over a million streams on Spotify.
âIt feels good, man,â Morgan said. âIt’s one of the songs I wrote with a few friends in Nashville, Adam Wood and Doug Johnson. It feels good to have a good answer on this. I know we will definitely play it tomorrow night.
While there are many flavors of country out there today, Morgan, who has performed on the Grand Ole Opry stage more than 50 times, said he’s still a fan of traditional country music.
âI love George Strait, Alan Jackson, Merle Haggard, Keith Whitley and stuff like that,â Morgan said. âThis is where my heart resides.
Like artists around the world, Morgan said the pandemic hampered his live performances until 2020. On the positive side, it gave him more time to write, work in the studio, and rekindle his love of hunting and hunting. the Peach.
âI got a caribou in Alaska. It was beautiful up there, âMorgan said.
Morgan said he was also able to spend more time with his family, especially his 5-year-old daughter.
âShe loves to sing,â Morgan said. “She loves watching her shows on Disney and stuff, and singing along with all these songs.”
Now that the world is starting to open up, Morgan has come up with a game plan for this year.
âThe dates are starting to come in which is good,â he said.
On the recording side, he is currently working on an album of acoustic covers.
âIt’s some of my favorite stuff that I grew up on,â he said.
Plus, all of that new original material he’s been working on is set to go into an original album, his first since Vinyl’s release in 2016.
âIt feels good to be in this process again, listening to songs and writing songs for a record again,â Morgan said.
Contact reporter Shannon Heupel of Montgomery Advertiser at firstname.lastname@example.org.