The Voice season 22 contestant Morgan Myles recently released her album Therapy, which was inspired by her cousin’s death.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: There is a good singer and then there are some great singers. 35-year-old Morgan Myles definitely falls into the latter category. After touring 55 states of America and sharing the stage with some greats like Reba McEntire, Hank Williams Jr., Morgan Wallace etc., the Nashville-based singer has her eyes on the stage of The Voice season 22. directed.
Mentoring the likes of country legend Blake Shelton, R&B and soul icon John Legend, and pop princesses Gwen Steffani and Camila Cabello can only be described as a dream come true for many aspiring singers. But as celebrity coaches of “The Voice,” some lucky aspiring singers are getting the opportunity of a lifetime. Will Morgan be one of those lucky singers? Only time can tell. But in the meantime, here’s everything you need to know about Morgan and her artistry.
Who is Morgan Myles?
Morgan was born in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. She moved to Nashville in 2009 with hopes of not only pursuing her higher education but also getting a foothold in the music industry. In an interview with CMT, Morgan revealed just how interested she was in music from a young age. “I would sit down at the piano and just start singing and playing. I think it was just always in my soul. Music is my therapy, my passion and my happiness. She never wavered.”
Growing up, she listened to Janis Joplin, Bonnie Raitt and Susan Tedeschi and admired artists like Eva Cassidy and Carole King for their songwriting. “I was influenced by every woman who had a big voice because I wanted to be just like her. They call it – some diva – that I’ve been trying to imitate,” she explained on her website. Morgan recently released her album Therapy, which was inspired by her cousin’s death.
“Having worked tirelessly towards the release of her album Therapy, she is ready to spread her message of the good that music can do for octave vocal ranges. Powerful anthems like “Empire” and “Silence,” heavy soul ballads like “Sanctuary,” “I Believe” and “Therapy,” and the raw, stripped-down “Suffocate Me” will initiate you into Myles’ life story as they make their way wrote through a challenging situation. Award-winning producers Corey Crowder and Jason Mater have teamed up to capture Myles’ music in a fresh new way. Myles says, “I hope this music connects and helps people heal,” she wrote on her website.
We can’t wait to see Morgan’s journey in The Voice.
Season 22 of “The Voice” premiered on Monday, September 19, 2022 at 8:7c on NBC.