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Morgan Evans

by Noise11.com on November 26, 2017

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Bumping Keith Urban off the iTunes chart, supporting Taylor Swift, and it’s only just beginning for Newcastle pop-country heartthrob Morgan Evans.

He’s been performing live for more than half his life, yet 27-year-0ld rising star Morgan Evans says with his last two EPs – ‘Live Each Day’ and ‘While We’re Young’ – he’s only now roperly “official”.

Well, ‘While We’re Young’ almost immediately bumped Keith Urban off the iTunes country chart and he has fans singing along to tunes before he’s ever played them live. The amiable Evans tells us about the journey to the big time.

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