Acori Diamonds & Design Presents Thursday on the Rocks
11110 W Airport Blvd
Stafford, TX, 77477
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Morgan McKay brings a sultry and soulful country style to every show, along with a folksy southern charm that engages the audience. Her music career began at the age of 10 when she first performed at the Wharton Country Youth Fair & Exposition Talent Contest and continued on with various public contests, Texas Oprys and other venues before embarking on a professional music career.
Texas’s own, Morgan McKay has been playing her style of “Americana” music all over the country for years, bringing an eclectic mix of country and 70’s rock to bars and arenas. Morgan McKay’s set list includes new music from The Dawn, such as Whiskey or Without You and classic rock favorites like Bobby McGee and Landslide.
McKay’s voice has been compared to that of a young Stevie Nicks, something surprising to the singer who began taking country music singing classes at the young age of 8. Her dreams were always to be a performing country artist, but as her musical tastes expanded she began to incorporate more and more of a genre which includes the almost folk-sounding rock of the seventies.
“Country music has changed so much over the years,” says McKay, “but at its heart it’s just good ol’ American music. That’s why I’ll sing anything and everything from Hank Williams JR to The Eagles. Songwriters of the seventies, people like Stevie Nicks, incorporated that sound and poetry into songs like Landslide or Dreams. Performing those songs in front of a live audience is a dream come true for me because it lets me bring these classic love songs to a new generation of people.”
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