“‘Til a Tear Becomes a Rose” was another posthumously released song of Keith Whitley off his Greatest Hits album. The song was also the only single released from the album in 1990, and it ended up peaking No. 13 on ...

Lorrie Morgan’s “Help Me Make It Through The Night” was part of the 30 award-winning music acts for the Forever Country Series in celebration of the 50th annual CMA Awards. The series paid tribute to some of the most nominated and awarded ...

In all of country music, few songs are considered as timeless as Lorrie Morgan songs. Being the daughter of country legend George Thomas Morgan comes with its perks. At the age of 13, Morgan started performing in public and made ...

While promoting his first full-length studio album L.A. to Miami in an iconic tour, Keith Whitley met the fellow country star Lorrie Morgan. The two quickly hit it off and got married in November 1986.  View this post on Instagram ...

Jesse Keith Whitley’s “Don’t Close Your Eyes” needlessly sends chills down the spine of its original singer’s fans. Written by Bob McDill, the song was released in March 1988. Jesse’s father and his namesake, Keith Whitley, brought the single to ...

While “A Picture of Me (Without You)” may have been originally recorded by the country legend George Jones in 1972, Lorrie Morgan absolutely made it her own when she released the song decades later.  In 1991, Lorrie Morgan covered “A ...

The news of Keith Whitley’s death on May 9, 1989, shook the country world, especially when the cause of death was revealed to be his alcohol dependency. The singer had reportedly spent the weekend partying and was then found at ...

Lorrie Morgan’s husband, Randy White, is the man she’s going to spend forever with. The country singer, whose real name is Loretta Lynn Morgan, has finally found true love.  In 2010, she married the Tennessee businessman at a secret beachside ...

Lorrie Morgan grew up with a family of country singers. She is the daughter of George Morgan and was married to Keith Whitley. The singer started her passion for music at an early age. She charted her first single back ...

Lorrie Morgan exceptionally recreated George Jones’ classic “A Picture of Me (Without You).” This song expresses the feeling of not being with the one you love that will make you realize the importance of caring for them. The words are ...

Lorrie Morgan recently celebrated her birthday and it’s a new chapter in her life as she turns 60 years old. Despite the changing times in life, there are some things Morgan kept good things preserved and one of which is ...

Lorrie Morgan’s more than the daughter of George Thomas Morgan and the wife of the late singer Keith Whitley. Morgan made her mark in the country music world rather than staying behind the shadow of her late husband and father. ...

Lorrie Morgan and Jesse Keith Whitley, her son, were proud to open the exhibit dedicated to the late Keith Whitley at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in downtown Nashville on Tuesday night, the 30th of April. Photo ...

Keith Whitley may have lived only for a short time, but he influenced the world of country music in a way we can never forget. Whitley gave us songs such as “When You Say Nothing at All,” “Miami, My Amy,” ...

Photo credit: Lorrie Morgan’s Facebook Page It might not be that easy for Lorrie Morgan to sing one of Keith Whitley’s greatest hits in front of many people. But she did it anyway. If other artists can easily become emotional ...

Breaking up with someone you love takes time. You have to go through the process of heartache until you get over it. This theme is exactly what happens in Lorrie Morgan‘s song “Except for Monday.” “Except for Monday” Lorrie Morgan released ...

Lorrie Morgan |Photo Credits: dongibsontheater.com About the Song Released on January 25, 1997, “Good as I Was to You” was recorded and popularized by American country music artist and Tennessee native Lorrie Morgan. It was the third and last single from ...

Lorrie Morgan |Photo Credits: thefamouspeople.com About the Song A country song hit in 1992, “What Part of No (Don’t You Understand)” was popularized and originally recorded by American country music artist Lorrie Morgan. Released on December 7, 1992, it was Morgan’s ...

She is famously known as Lorrie Morgan, a country music singer and the daughter of the legendary, George Thomas Morgan. At age thirteen, she started performing publicly with her father and took the stage at the Grand Ole Opry. She ...

Keith Whitley and family (image from myspace.com) Lorrie Morgan and Keith Whitley’s love story may have ended, but their once upon a time romance brought a man into this world that carries their shared talent.  Jesse Keith Whitley, now 31, ...

Here’s the story of a tune that certainly didn’t go down as one of Country’s biggest hits, but it’s the song that showcases Lorrie Morgan’s talent as a singer more than any other: 1992’s “Something In Red.” Morgan had signed ...

Lorrie Morgan / (Photo credit: amazon.com) Five minutes… Can you really fix or save a damaged relationship in just five minutes? Or, if you’ve been given the chance to do so, would you grab it? Country music artist Lorrie Morgan ...

Lorrie Morgan, The Artist Lorrie Morgan, daughter of George Morgan, began her career at the age of 13. Despite starting her career at a very young age, Morgan did not become a star until the 90’s. She had a minor hit ...