Interview with Morgan White

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Morgan White was born in the coalfields of southern West Virginia. By the time she was two years old, she had already began her singing career. Taking her baby bottle out of her face and putting a microphone in it, her grandmother and mother would take her to Trinity Care nursing home in Williamson, stand her up in a chair, where she would sing for the folks gathered there, an old gospel song called, “Angels step back, here I come.” By the time she had graduated from Tug Valley High School, her dream was to head to the big city of Nashville just as fast as her little Size 5 feet would carry her. Living just a hop, skip and a jump from Loretta Lynn’s old home place, Morgan is a modern-day coal miner’s daughter, grand-daughter, niece, sister and wife. Proving once again The hills of Appalachia hold a vast array of treasures besides coal. Morgan's song "I'm Gone" is quickly getting lots of attention - one listen and you will believe in her talent. Learn more about Morgan and hear her songs at www.myspace.com/morganbritt2008.

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