In December 2018, Charlotte went down to Nashville to record 3 new songs at Sputnik Sound with producer Mitch Dane — release information coming soon!
On March 3rd, Charlotte will be performing a direct-to-vinyl live session with Brooklyn-based label Leesta Vall Sound. The records are available for pre-order now!
Charlotte will be performing at a number of different New York venues in the first few months of 2019 including Rockwood Music Hall, The Delancey and Parkside Lounge - to name a few!
Spent 2018 touring the USA with Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary and The Lonesome Traveler Band, with a few select performances with Noel Paul Stookey (also of PPM) and George Grove (of The Kingston Trio) - she will continue to tour with Peter through Spring 2019.
‘Call Me Baby’ from Charlotte’s debut EP was received as an “anthem for the Time’s Up generation” and was featured in various publications including MusicTo and Emerging Indie Bands.
Played a live set on-air for a special New Year’s Eve broadcast on BlowUpRadio. Listen to Charlotte’s set here.
Spent Spring 2018 in Ashland, Oregon performing at a regional theatre, busking in the popular tourist park and sharing her original music with audiences from all over the country.
Fan-funded the release of her debut EP ‘To New York, with love’, her debut music video for ‘City That Never Sleeps’ and her NYC solo debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
Graduate of Northwestern University where she studied theatre, marketing and business. She also spent her 4 years composing for musical theatre for which she won The John and Marietta Paynter Award for the Creation of Music. Charlotte still has pursuits in theatre, often utilizing her actor-musicians skills with her many instruments (guitar, violin, ukulele, mandolin, melodica, piano).
“[Charlotte’s] lyrics and harmonies are some of the strongest I’ve heard from such a fresh performer in years…”
- (K.J. Hardy, Feinstein’s/54 Below)
Charlotte Morris is a New York based singer-songwriter whose music showcases a unique blend of folk, pop and rock music. From her lilting folk ballads to her rock anthems for a new generation, Charlotte displays a wide aptitude for various styles. Charlotte draws inspiration from many of her favorite artists including Delta Rae, Brandi Carlile, Christina Perri and folk legends like Peter, Paul and Mary and Simon & Garfunkel. Her songs, which are mostly auto-biographical, also reflect her years in the theatre, with nuances and lyrical specificity akin to musical theatre writing. Described as “the love-child of Judy Collins, deftly playing her violin, guitar and our heartstrings”, Charlotte’s music and charming on-stage presence leave audience members wanting more.
Charlotte released her debut EP 'To New York, with love’ in June 2018, which received recognition from newspapers and music blogs worldwide. Songs from the EP have been added to numerous Spotify playlists and ‘Call Me Baby’, the 2nd track, has been featured on MusicTo for 3 consecutive months. Charlotte plays shows in NYC frequently, with recent venues including Feinstein’s/54 Below, Rockwood Music Hall, Parkside Lounge and more. She released her latest single, ‘High’ on November 1, 2018.
Charlotte is originally from outside of Philadelphia, where she is one of REC Philly’s FreeThinkers. While Charlotte is based in New York, she spends quite a bit of time in Philadelphia and has spent the last few months performing at various venues in the tristate area.
When not writing and releasing music, Charlotte can be seen performing in theatrical productions across the country (most recently Behold Her - Half Key Theatre Company), playing with dogs and eating cheese.
“The real highlight comes in the delivery of Charlotte Morris, whose demeanor and control are so spot on that her buildups to her money notes completely catch you off guard and delight you.” (Collegeaca.com)
“Charlotte Morris is the love child of Judy Collins, deftly playing the violin, the guitar and our heartstrings. With curled platinum hair and a dress from a Bob Dylan protest, she floats through… haunting us with her excellent, ethereal voice.”
(Ian Rigg, Chicagoland)
“It’s just incredible to watch [Charlotte] perform. Some singers can’t capture their studio sound in a live setting. I think [Charlotte’s] voice sounds even better live.”
(Lazlo of Lazlo’s Den on BlowUpRadio)
Charlotte “gives an amazingly raw and emotional performance.”
(Exquisite Noise Records)
Stay Strong - single (Milkboy Studios, Ardmore PA, 2011)
To New York, with love - 5 song EP (Dubway Studios, New York NY, 2018)
High - single (Dominic Gibbs Production, Nashville TN, Nov. 2018)
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