John Morgan shares ‘Man of Few Words’

Song drops ahead of Grand Ole Opry debut

Multi No. 1 hit songwriter John Morgan releases his latest smash “Man of Few Words,” as he makes his Grand Ole Opry debut. Produced by country music superstar and John’s mentor Jason Aldean, along with his long-time bandmates and No. 1 hit songwriters Kurt Allison and Tully Kennedy, John wrote the confident new track with Jeb Gipson, Smith Ahnquist and Will Bundy.

Perfectly aligning with John’s latest string of lively releases like the unapologetic “Sorry Not Sorry” and party-starter “Friends Like That,” “Man of Few Words” spotlights an otherwise quiet man but one who comes alive when talking about his fun-loving, down-home gal.

The North Carolina native is fueling that fire by becoming an even more prolific songwriter – churning out hit songs write after write, earning a cut on Jon Pardi’s latest album with “Hung The Moon” as well as eight cuts on Aldean’s latest double album Macon, Georgia along with two back-to-back No. 1s – “Trouble With A Heartbreak” and the Grammy and CMA-nominated “If I Didn’t Love You” featuring Carrie Underwood that won ACM Awards Single of the Year, CMT Awards Video of the Year and iHeartRadio Awards Country Song of the Year.

Catch John Morgan out on the road this year with Riley Green and Ernest, and playing renowned music festivals such as Faster Horses, Country Thunder Arizona, Country Thunder Wisconsin, Daytona Beach Bandshell, Country Jam Colorado, Tidalwave Music Festival and more.

Morgan chatted with us last year about his success, including what’s it like working with Aldean.

Buddy Iahn
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