Nineteen year old Morgan Crouse was raised in rural western Colorado with a strong country background. With her brothers being active in the rodeo scene, Morgan has grown up in this western environment, performing the National Anthem at many rodeos, including the George Strait Roping 2016, Cheyenne Frontier Days in 2012, the Denver National Western Stock Show in 2013 and 2014, as well as Country Jam 2013 and 2014. In her first trip to Nashville in 2014, she debuted at the Bluebird Cafe at 16 years old, sharing the stage with mentor Scott Brown, and guitarist Brian Rowe in a songwriter swap. Also singing at Tootsies Orchid Lounge with Sarah Lawton, and she recorded her co-write "Missing Virginia" in the studio in the Ryman Auditorium, taking any opportunity for her voice to be heard while in Music City. In 2014, her second time in Nashville, she was one of the featured writers on the songwriters night at the Bluebird, and she joined Lawton again on her 17th birthday on the Tootsies stage.
Morgan has made guest appearances with Nashville recording artists Lady Antebellum, Andy Griggs, Daryl Singletary, and The Sleepy Man Banjo Boys. As well as Johnny Cash tribute band, Cash'd Out and Eagles tribute band, The Boys Of Summer. She has opened for John Michael Montgomery, Collin Raye, Restless Heart, Bri Bagwell, the Scooter Brown Band out of Texas and others. As a contestant in The Country Showdown, she opened up for Wynonna in Copper Mountain Colorado and performed at the Utah State Fair. She has had the privilege to work with local artists Stray Grass, Mark Ramsey, Shea Bramer, and the Spare Parts Quartet. Morgan has shared her gift with several local charities and is an integral part of the music aspect of Base Camp 40, Warrior's In The Wild, St Mary's Cancer Survivorship Fashion Show 2012, 2013, 2015, and Relay for Life 2012 and 2015, and singing in Spanish for the Grand Junction Cinco De Mayo festival in 2014.
Morgan also has tremendous support and encouragement from her many extended family members. Morgan endured a tragedy when her father Mike Crouse passed in a tragic railroad accident when she was six years old. Today her mother Vira and her fiancé Roy are her rock to lean on.
Morgan's endlessly big drive to accomplish her dreams will help her someday touch the lives of thousands by making her music heard and to play the hallowed stage at Grand Ole' Opry.