Lorrie Morgan is one of the best-selling female artists in country music history, who began her career with a record-setting bang, releasing three consecutive platinum albums beginning with 1989’s Leave The Light On followed by Something In Red, then Watch Me, which celebrates its 25 anniversary this year.
Watch Me, released in 1992, peaked at #15 on the Billboard country albums chart, and includes the singles “Watch Me” (#2) “What Part of No” (#1), “I Guess You Had to Be There” (#14), and “Half Enough” (#8). Also included on this album is a cover of “It’s a Heartache”, a pop standard previously recorded by Bonnie Tyler and Juice Newton.
Lorrie Morgan became the first female in the history of country music to achieve three platinum albums in a row. In that short time, she became not just a country superstar but a household name, thanks to such blockbuster radio-friendly singles as “Five Minutes,” “Something In Red,” and “A Picture Of Me (Without You).”
In addition, Lorrie Morgan has announced a new round of tour dates on her Grits & Glamour Tourwith Pam Tillis as well as select dates with Joe Diffie, Mark Chesnutt and her son Jesse Keith Whitley.
Lorrie Morgan On Tour 2017
April 27 – Dakota Dunes Casino – Whitecap, SK
April 29 – The Gobbler Theater – Johnson Creek, Wis. (w/ Jesse Keith Whitley)
April 30 – Surf Ballroom – Clear Lake, Iowa (w/ Jesse Keith Whitley)
May 05 – Limelight Eventplex – Peoria, Ill. (St. Jude Runs w/Joe Diffie)
May 06 – Renfro Valley Entertainment Center – Mt. Vernon, Ky. (Grits & Glamour w/Pam Tillis)
May 12 – Dakota Magic Casino – Hankinson, N.D. (Grits & Glamour w/Pam Tillis)
May 19 – Bridgetown Music Festival – Cincinnati, Ohio
May 20 – The Beacon Theatre – Hopewell, Va. (Part of the Old Dominion Barn Dance Concert Series)
May 27 – Cherokee Casino – Roland, Okla.
June 03 – Poke Sallet Festival – Harlan, Ky.
July 01 – Rich Hill’s 4th of July – Rich Hill, Mo. (w/ Jesse Keith Whitley)
Aug. 04 – Garfield County Fair – Rifle, Colo. (Grits & Glamour w/Pam Tillis)
Aug. 05 – Tri Lakes Center – Palmer Lake, Colo.
Aug. 17 – The Molson Canadian Centre at Casino New Brunswick – Moncton, NB (Grits & Glamour w/Pam Tillis)
Aug. 19 – Humber Arm South Bayfest – Benoits Cove, NL
Aug. 20 – St. Holy Heart Theatre – John’s, NL
Aug. 26 – Tolchester Marina – Chestertown, Md. (Grits & Glamour w/Pam Tillis)
Aug. 27 – Rams Head On Stage – Annapolis, Md.
Sept. 02 – Lofoten Country Festival – Lofoten, Norway
Sept. 07 – Savoy Theatre – Helsinki, Finland
Sept. 16 – Deerfoot Inn & Casino – Calgary, AB (Grits & Glamour w/Pam Tillis)
Sept. 23 – Tulalip Resort Casino – Marysville, Wash. (Grits & Glamour w/Pam Tillis)
Sept. 30 – Stagecoach Ballroom – Fort Worth, Texas
Oct. 14 – Capital Theatre – Clearwater, Fla. (w/ Jesse Keith Whitley)
Oct. 20 – Spencer Theatre for the Performing Arts – Alto, N.M.
Oct. 27 – State Theatre – Red Bluff, Calif. (w/ Jesse Keith Whitley)
Nov. 04 – The Newton Theatre – Newton, N.J.
Nov. 08 – Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater – Branson, Mo.(Country Unplugged w/ Mark Chesnutt & Joe Diffie)
Nov. 10 – The Center for Performing Arts / The Palladium – Carmel, Ind. (Country Unplugged w/ Mark Chesnutt & Joe Diffie)
Nov. 16 – Jefferson Theatre – Beaumont, Texas
Nov. 17 – Brauntex Theatre – New Braunfels, Texas
Dec. 01 & 02 – Cactus Pete’s Hotel Casino – Jackpot, Nev. (Grits & Glamour w/Pam Tillis)
Dec. 09 – Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino – Las Vegas, Nev. (Grits & Glamour w/Pam Tillis)
For additional Lorrie Morgan tour dates and ticket information, please visit www.Lorrie.com.
About Lorrie Morgan
Sultry country songstress Lorrie Morgan has sold over eight million records including fourteen top ten hits, twelve recorded albums and four Female Vocalist of the Year awards. She was the first female artist to ever have three consecutive albums RIAA-Certified Platinum®. She made her mark with what have now become timeless country standards, “Five Minutes,” “Except For Monday,” “Something In Red,” “Watch Me” and “What Part Of No,” and established her place as a country star—a modern woman making country music history. Loretta Lynn Morgan was born to make music. At 13, she made her first and everlasting impression on the country music world when she played at The Grand Ole Opry, making her one of the youngest to have made her debut at the Mother Church of Country Music. Three short years later after her dad, country music star George Morgan’s passing, Lorrie launched her own career touring with her father’s band. She made history of her own when she became a lifetime member of the Grand Ole Opry at the age of 24 — one of the youngest to ever become a member.