started out as just another girl with a dream, but now her dreams are
coming to fruition with the upcoming release of her new album “Collage”
on June 1.
little step has been bringing her one step closer to success, from her
winning Pride of Carolinas and receiving single placement on a
compilation album by Koch New York, to recording her first album,
“Affinity.” These accomplishments led to her being discovered by veteran
producer and engineer Frank Green, whose resume includes numerous
number one hits and gold and platinum albums.
hearing Riley perform live, Green quickly signed her to his label,
SkyTone Entertainment. Together, they began writing and recording
material for “Collage.”
thrilled to bring on board such a talented vocalist and writer as
Morgan Riley. There’s no doubt she’s going places, and we’re glad to be
the ones to take her there,” said Green.
this collaboration, Riley has been able to truly come into her own as
an artist, combining elements of various genres to create a country
sound uniquely her own. Truly breaking the mold, her new single and
video, “Rowdy Shoutin’ Cowboys,” goes where no other female country
artist has gone before with the inclusion of the first-ever rap in a
female country artist song/video.
really blessed to be where I’m at in life. I have no doubt given the
team I’ve surrounded myself with that this release has the potential for
great success. I feel like “Collage” is me – the first project I’ve
done that truly represents my voice. While all other genres play a part
in this album, my dad always encouraged my country side. Now that I’ve
found it, I can’t wait to share it with fans,” said Riley.
promotion of “Collage,” Riley will be performing in Nashville, TN at
the CMA Music Festival on June 5 and 6 on the Manuel American Designs
stage. She’ll also be performing in Greenville on June 14 and other
select dates throughout the summer at Corner Pocket. Be sure to visit
www.morganrileycountry.com/tour to see her latest tour dates.
all of her success, Riley continues to stay grounded in her Greenville
roots and make her hometown proud. She truly is the pride of the
Riley has always had a passion for music. She’s been performing at
weddings and anniversary parties since the age of 5, and started
recording at studios at age 15. At age 18, she began performing with a
pop-R&B group in New York City and recording at the legendary Hit
Factory Studio. Struggling to find her true sound, Riley moved to South
Carolina and began to fine-tune her country sound, receiving single
placement on a compilation album by Koch New York. She later released
her first album, Affinity. Today, as an artist with SkyTone Records,
Riley is preparing for her latest release, “Collage,” set to be released