Twenty-eight-year-old singer/songwriter Maren Morris has quickly established herself with vocal stylings that reflect her country, folk and pop influences. Her label-debut album, the Gold-certified Hero, includes the #1 country radio single “I Could Use A Love Song,” and the RIAA certified double platinum hit “My Church.” Later in 2016 Morris tied for the most nominations with five at the 50th CMA Awards, including Album of the Year (Hero), Female Vocalist of the Year, Single of the Year (“My Church”), Song of the Year (“My Church”) and New Artist of the Year, which she won, marking her first CMA Award. Morris took home a GRAMMY the next year for Best Country Solo Performance for “My Church,” in addition to having the most nominations for a country music artist. At the ACM awards, she received six nominations and took home the trophy for Album of the Year and Single Record of the Year.
Though rooted deeply in country music, Morris has acquired a global, non-genre specific, fan base. In 2018, she collaborated with DJ and producer Zedd, along with electronic duo, Grey, for the smash hit, “The Middle,” which spent SIX weeks at No. 1 at Top 40 Radio. She concluded 2018 with the high-note-book-end of receiving FIVE nominations for the upcoming 61st GRAMMY Awards to be held in February 2019.
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