Songwriting is a skill that requires talent and time put in. Listening to Morgan Johnston, it’s clear she’s got plenty of both. Morgan has been practing her art since she was in middle school. It’s also clear she has a gift for communicating her words, and knowing what to do with her voice to evoke an emotional response. Morgan’s vocals are smooth, like a freshly paved road. Sometimes her delivery comes off as dreamy, sometimes playful, sometimes courageous, often thoughful, always palatable.
This singer/songwriter’s road began in Marstons Mills, on the Cape, it took her all the way to Nashville, which she now calls home. Johnston went to college on an equestrian scholarship. She always wrote and sang, but made it official with the move to Nashville, after college. The inspiration she draws from artists like Maren Morris is recognizible. Taking the lead from the strong women singer/songwriters before her, Morgan is definitley making her own path, creating her unique art, and paving those roads as she goes.