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Interview with Alyssa Morrissey

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ALYSSA MORRISSEY joins me on the show to celebrate the official release of her new single with Matt Williams called Make Love Tonight. The song was written by Matt Williams, Alyssa Morrisey, Doug Folkins, and Adam Newcomb. It was recorded at Newcomb Studios in Cobourg, Ontario, with Adam producing and mixing, and playing bass and piano.  Additional musicians include Adam and Matt on guitar, Matt Newcomb on drums and Andy Schick on pedal steel. 

This is the first solo single from Cobourg, Ontario's Matt Williams. He plays guitar and sings as one-third of the country-pop trio Western Avenue.  WA is a Nashville Universe Award winner, twice-nominated International Music and Entertainment Award nominee, and a Country Music Association of Ontario Award nominee. Their self-titled debut album, released in 2013, included the Top 75 Music Row chart and #1 New Music Weekly chart single Wherever You Are.

Alyssa hails from Peterborough, Ontario. Discovered by songwriter Cyril Rawson (who has had his songs recorded by the likes of Reba McEntire, Gretchen Wilson and Lorrie Morgan), Alyssa's first CD Let's Not Call It Love received international airplay and charted in Canada. Her 2nd release Way To Go was released in 2013. Alyssa is a two-time 2014 Wire Awards nominee.