MORONEY TO APPEAR AT GRAMMY MUSEUM IN L.A. TONIGHT (10/10)
CMA DOUBLE NOMINEE TO TAKE THE STAGE AT L.A.’S ICONIC TROUBADOR ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13
Tune in as PLATINUM-selling artist-songwriter Megan Moroney takes the stage at ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! tomorrow, October 11, airing at 11:35 pm ET / 10:35 pm CT. Marking Moroney’s late-night TV debut, she’ll be performing her meteoric No. 1 single, “Tennessee Orange,” which has also earned her first-time nominations for “The 57th Annual CMA Awards” in two categories – SONG OF THE YEAR and NEW ARTIST OF THE YEAR.
Tonight (10/10), the Country superstar on the rise is set to perform at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles as part of its illustrious SPOTLIGHT series. Moderated by Kristian Bush, the SOLD-OUT event starts at 7:30 pm and will take place at the museum’s Clive Davis Theater which will include an intimate conversation about Moroney’s music, creative process, and more. A performance by Moroney will follow — fans can join the waitlist at www.grammymuseum.org.
Following these two milestone moments, Moroney will perform at L.A.’s historic Troubadour as part of her SOLD-OUT THE LUCKY TOUR. Kicking off the massively anticipated headline run last month with her New York City debut at The Bowery Ballroom, the tour will stop at major cities and iconic venues coast-to-coast, including Moroney’s first-time appearance as an in-demand headliner in Chicago (Joe’s on Weed St.), New Braunfels, TX (Gruene Hall), and more. For full tour dates and ticketing information, visitwww.meganmoroney.com.
Meanwhile, Moroney’s current single “I’m Not Pretty” is rapidly climbing the Country radio charts, and the deluxe edition of LUCKY, her widely acclaimed debut album produced by Kristian Bush, is out now.
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ABOUT MEGAN MORONEY:
Country newcomer with massive staying power, Megan Moroney is strong-minded, sensitive, and fiercely devoted to speaking her truth. As a teenager in Georgia, she first honed her gorgeously gritty vocal style by singing covers with her dad and brother, then took up guitar at age 16. Although she started off studying accounting at the University of Georgia, Moroney’s entire trajectory changed after opening for Chase Rice at the famed Georgia Theatre her freshman year — a turn of events that found her penning her first-ever original song and discovering the dazzling specificity and down-to-earth honesty that now define her music. In July 2022 she offered a first glimpse at the full-force personality of her songwriting with the Pistol Made of Roses EP, inspiring CMT to praise her as a “musical risk taker with powerhouse pipes.” As her career gained unstoppable momentum, she next delivered her breakout single “Tennessee Orange”: an immediate smash that soon led to her signing with Sony Music Nashville/Columbia Records, in addition to notching her first No. 1 at Country radio and earning RIAA PLATINUM certification. Named a “2023 Artist to Watch” by the likes of Amazon Music, Pandora, and Spotify, as well as an iHeart “On The Verge” Artist and one of CMT’s Next Women of Country for 2023, Moroney released her debut album LUCKY in May and quickly drew major acclaim for the lived-in intimacy, fearless truth-telling, electrifying impact of her songwriting. With her avalanche of accolades including winning BREAKTHROUGH FEMALE VIDEO OF THE YEAR at the CMT Music Awards, she made her debut appearance on NBC’s TODAY and kicked off her first headline run with the sold-out PISTOL MADE OF ROSES TOUR. After opening for Country legends Brooks & Dunn this summer, Moroney has embarked on her sold-out THE LUCKY TOUR for this fall bringing her magnetic live show to iconic venues across the U.S. — all while continuing a meteoric rise that now includes nearly 600 MILLION total global streams to date.