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MORGAN WALLEN PERFORMED DEBUT SINGLE “THE WAY I TALK” ON TODAY IN NASHVILLE
Title Track Of Current EP Is Climbing The Country Radio Charts
Pictured (L-R): Morgan Wallen, TODAY in Nashville host Kelly Sutton and guest co-host Craig Wayne Boyd
NASHVILLE, TN (November 23, 2016) - Big Loud Records’ Morgan Wallen performed his steel-driven anthem and chart-rising debut single “The Way I Talk” on TODAY in Nashville
to kick off the Thanksgiving week (11/21). As the second artist signed
to headline-grabbing label, Wallen is already making waves in the genre
thanks to his dynamic vocal presence and a sound straight out of the
In case you missed it, watch Wallen’s performance here:
“The Way I Talk” has already logged an impressive 3 million plus plays on Spotify and early media raves with Taste of Country claiming it “both charming and genuine…” while Billboard
praises “The lyrics are smart, Wallen’s vocals are convincing, and
there’s an intensity to the chorus that makes it all worthwhile.” The
buzz-worthy title track is off of Wallen’s debut EP available now.
is currently in the studio with superstar producer Joey Moi working on
his debut album in between captivating audiences around the country as
he opens for Chris Lane.
About Morgan Wallen
about three hours from Nashville in Sneedville, Tenn. (also home to
bluegrass legend Jimmy Martin), Wallen was a star on the baseball
diamond, attended the same high school as country superstar Kenny
Chesney, and has deep roots in the church. With a hard-rock loving
preacher for a father and a mother who couldn’t get enough country and
contemporary Christian music, Wallen began performing for his local
congregation at the tender age of 3 and went on to develop a strong love
of country, rock and hip-hop. After moving to Music City in 2015, he’s
spent the last year developing his writing skills with hitmakers like
Craig Wiseman (“Live Like You Were Dying”), Rodney Clawson (“Dirt”),
Chris Tompkins (“Drunk on a Plane”), the Warren Brothers (“Highway Don’t
Care”), Tommy Cecil (“Home Alone Tonight”) and Matt Dragstrem (“Sippin’
on Fire”), and has been honing his studio poise with award-winning
producer Joey Moi.