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Morgan Evans

by Noise11.com on December 7, 2017

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Rising pop-country star Morgan Evans performs three super-catchy tunes from his recent EPs.

Morgan Evans’ latest EP ‘While We’re Young’ has just nudged Keith Urban off the top of the iTunes country chart showing that he’s certainly destined for big things.

He shows us why with two hummable tunes from the EP – the title track and ‘Sweet Home To You’ – as well as the title track from his previous EP ‘Live Each Day’.

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