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"A good song well delivered can touch the hearts of many."
 The first time I saw and heard a guitar, I was about 5 years old. My father owned a restaurant and he owned two flat top guitars, a brown one and a blonde one. I was too young to remember what kind they were but what I do remember was my dad playing them and singing while he played. It was like someone was molding the guitars and music around me, so indelible, in my mind I've never forgotten it. I knew I would play music someday, how and where I wasn't sure. Most of my uncles and a lot of my friends were athletes and played a lot of baseball, football and a few other sports including competitive weightlifting. I loved athletics and played with a very competitive spirit. In high school I injured my knee which required several surgeries to repair. That was the end of my sports career. I look back now and believe it may have been God's providence. I had taken a couple years of guitar and a few voice lessons and now thought more about my passion for music. I had another passion burning within me at this time as well and that was to be the best visual artist that I could be. I drew constantly and learned as much as I could about color and composition. Was I making my life more complicated by trying to balance these two God given gifts? I still don't know the answer to that one. When I was 19 years old I married my high school sweetheart and love of my life. A couple years later, our first daughter was born. Children are a life changing experience and my priorities had now changed from a career seeking musician and artist to a husband and family man. We were blessed with two more children, a son and daughter and now 8 grandchildren. Life was good. I've always believed that you should live your passion in work and play if possible. In order to fulfill my passion for art and make a living for my family I started a sign and exhibit company which allowed me to use my art abilities in various ways. What about the music? I really didn't want to play in smoke filled clubs and singing at weddings was taking up my family time on weekends. During this same period in my life my wife and I became Christian's and began to devote more time to our Church and community. God was also inspiring me to write some gospel songs that were well received in Christian circles in the area. Let the music begin! That first year touring the country singing gospel music was such great fun. Our children were able to travel with us to many of the places I sang, almost a hundred gigs that year. I learned so much about the music business and a bit about recording as well. My first recording which was recorded in Nashville was selling well and the offers kept coming in to sing and play my songs. A few years went by, a couple more albums, but it was getting more difficult being away from my family and all the activities my children were involved in. So I thought maybe I should get off the road so much. Hind sight is twenty twenty they say. I limited my singing gigs so I could spend more time with my wife and kids. Yeah, I look back and wonder what could have been but I wouldn't trade those years with my family for any record deal or all the fame and money in the world. My art developed into a full time fine arts business with a few successes along the way. Now I was writing more songs and learning about how to record. It was frustrating and I wondered why I was even doing this after all these years, Oh I know, because I love it and it's what I was born to do. So now I'm recording my own tunes, doing fine arts and fulfilling a passion that started when I was 5 years old, back in my fathers restaurant so many years ago
BOOKINGS For Booking information please call Linda at 989 426-0274 or 989 513-0561 email: lynn@lynnmorganstudios.com or write to Lynn Morgan Studios 707 N Antler St, Gladwin, MI 48624
LM RECORDING STUDIO RECORDING STUDIO CAPABILITIES We can write and produce a ready to air radio or television jingle for your unique product's marketing campaign in our studio. We can also produce your next solo CD project including music production, mixing and mastering capabilities, and visual graphics CD and album covers. For more information please call Lynn at 989 426-0274 or 989 513-0561 email: lynn@lynnmorganstudios.com or write to Lynn Morgan Studios 707 N Antler St, Gladwin, MI 48624
ALBUMS IT'S HERE ! Lynn's New Album "FOR MY CHILDREN'S SAKE"
For My Children's Sake $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
I've Got My Hands Up $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
Come to the Stable $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
Tender Heart $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
CUSTOMER REVIEWS AND TESTIMONIES The Ark, - Akron, Ohio (a place where hundreds of artists appear and minister to singles) this quote was stated from the director, "best male voice we have ever had - excellent musician - shares effectively - super guy." Larry Beltz & Linda Simmons Channel 38 Chicago, Ill. "We appreciated having you with us on 38, please come back again." Owen C. Carr, Jerry Rose & Dave Oseland President, MC & Producer Nashville, Tennessee "God has moved in Lynn Morgan's life and singing as well as in his writing. I hear in his songs a seldom found sincerity that shows how God is willing to direct us when we let Him." John Darnall Recording Producer YOU CAN BE A STAR - Nashville, TN "We were very impressed with what we heard . . ." "Thank you for being part of our 'Praise Unto Jesus Festival.' We would love to have you be part of the Festival next year." Leslie Smith Dear Lynn, Thank you very much for entertaining at the Chewing Match. The comments I received regarding your performance were very positive. You are one talented individual! . . . . Sincerely, Douglas S. MCall, Ed.D. Director of Middle Level and High School Services "Thank you for being part of our television program here at 'Soul's Harbor Television Ministry.' Your music and message was an effective tool to reach the souls of those in the audience and those watching." Thom Hardwick, Music Director "Thank you for sharing your music ministry with the inmates at Jackson Prison. You touched the hearts of so many." Chaplain Washington
"A good song well delivered can touch the hearts of many."  The first time I saw and heard a guitar, I was about 5 years old. My father owned a restaurant and he owned two flat top guitars, a brown one and a blonde one. I was too young to remember what kind they were but what I do remember was my dad playing them and singing while he played. It was like someone was molding the guitars and music around me, so indelible, in my mind I've never forgotten it. I knew I would play music someday, how and where I wasn't sure. Most of my uncles and a lot of my friends were athletes and played a lot of baseball, football and a few other sports including competitive weightlifting. I loved athletics and played with a very competitive spirit. In high school I injured my knee which required several surgeries to repair. That was the end of my sports career. I look back now and believe it may have been God's providence. I had taken a couple years of guitar and a few voice lessons and now thought more about my passion for music. I had another passion burning within me at this time as well and that was to be the best visual artist that I could be. I drew constantly and learned as much as I could about color and composition. Was I making my life more complicated by trying to balance these two God given gifts? I still don't know the answer to that one. When I was 19 years old I married my high school sweetheart and love of my life. A couple years later, our first daughter was born. Children are a life changing experience and my priorities had now changed from a career seeking musician and artist to a husband and family man. We were blessed with two more children, a son and daughter and now 8 grandchildren. Life was good. I've always believed that you should live your passion in work and play if possible. In order to fulfill my passion for art and make a living for my family I started a sign and exhibit company which allowed me to use my art abilities in various ways. What about the music? I really didn't want to play in smoke filled clubs and singing at weddings was taking up my family time on weekends. During this same period in my life my wife and I became Christian's and began to devote more time to our Church and community. God was also inspiring me to write some gospel songs that were well received in Christian circles in the area. Let the music begin! That first year touring the country singing gospel music was such great fun. Our children were able to travel with us to many of the places I sang, almost a hundred gigs that year. I learned so much about the music business and a bit about recording as well. My first recording which was recorded in Nashville was selling well and the offers kept coming in to sing and play my songs. A few years went by, a couple more albums, but it was getting more difficult being away from my family and all the activities my children were involved in. So I thought maybe I should get off the road so much. Hind sight is twenty twenty they say. I limited my singing gigs so I could spend more time with my wife and kids. Yeah, I look back and wonder what could have been but I wouldn't trade those years with my family for any record deal or all the fame and money in the world. My art developed into a full time fine arts business with a few successes along the way. Now I was writing more songs and learning about how to record. It was frustrating and I wondered why I was even doing this after all these years, Oh I know, because I love it and it's what I was born to do. So now I'm recording my own tunes, doing fine arts and fulfilling a passion that started when I was 5 years old, back in my fathers restaurant so many years ago
BOOKINGS For Booking information please call Linda at 989 426-0274 or 989 513-0561 email: lynn@lynnmorganstudios.com or write to Lynn Morgan Studios 707 N Antler St, Gladwin, MI 48624
LM RECORDING STUDIO RECORDING STUDIO CAPABILITIES We can write and produce a ready to air radio or television jingle for your unique product's marketing campaign in our studio. We can also produce your next solo CD project including music production, mixing and mastering capabilities, and visual graphics CD and album covers. For more information please call Lynn at 989 426-0274 or 989 513-0561 email: lynn@lynnmorganstudios.com or write to Lynn Morgan Studios 707 N Antler St, Gladwin, MI 48624
ALBUMS IT'S HERE ! Lynn's New Album "FOR MY CHILDREN'S SAKE"
For My Children's Sake $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
There's Work To Be Done $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
I've Got My Hands Up $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
Come to the Stable $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
Tender Heart $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
CUSTOMER REVIEWS AND TESTIMONIES The Ark, - Akron, Ohio (a place where hundreds of artists appear and minister to singles) this quote was stated from the director, "best male voice we have ever had - excellent musician - shares effectively - super guy." Larry Beltz & Linda Simmons Channel 38 Chicago, Ill. "We appreciated having you with us on 38, please come back again." Owen C. Carr, Jerry Rose & Dave Oseland President, MC & Producer Nashville, Tennessee "God has moved in Lynn Morgan's life and singing as well as in his writing. I hear in his songs a seldom found sincerity that shows how God is willing to direct us when we let Him." John Darnall Recording Producer YOU CAN BE A STAR - Nashville, TN "We were very impressed with what we heard . . ." "Thank you for being part of our 'Praise Unto Jesus Festival.' We would love to have you be part of the Festival next year." Leslie Smith Dear Lynn, Thank you very much for entertaining at the Chewing Match. The comments I received regarding your performance were very positive. You are one talented individual! . . . . Sincerely, Douglas S. MCall, Ed.D. Director of Middle Level and High School Services "Thank you for being part of our television program here at 'Soul's Harbor Television Ministry.' Your music and message was an effective tool to reach the souls of those in the audience and those watching." Thom Hardwick, Music Director "Thank you for sharing your music ministry with the inmates at Jackson Prison. You touched the hearts of so many." Chaplain Washington
"A good song well delivered can touch the hearts of many."  The first time I saw and heard a guitar, I was about 5 years old. My father owned a restaurant and he owned two flat top guitars, a brown one and a blonde one. I was too young to remember what kind they were but what I do remember was my dad playing them and singing while he played. It was like someone was molding the guitars and music around me, so indelible, in my mind I've never forgotten it. I knew I would play music someday, how and where I wasn't sure. Most of my uncles and a lot of my friends were athletes and played a lot of baseball, football and a few other sports including competitive weightlifting. I loved athletics and played with a very competitive spirit. In high school I injured my knee which required several surgeries to repair. That was the end of my sports career. I look back now and believe it may have been God's providence. I had taken a couple years of guitar and a few voice lessons and now thought more about my passion for music. I had another passion burning within me at this time as well and that was to be the best visual artist that I could be. I drew constantly and learned as much as I could about color and composition. Was I making my life more complicated by trying to balance these two God given gifts? I still don't know the answer to that one. When I was 19 years old I married my high school sweetheart and love of my life. A couple years later, our first daughter was born. Children are a life changing experience and my priorities had now changed from a career seeking musician and artist to a husband and family man. We were blessed with two more children, a son and daughter and now 8 grandchildren. Life was good. I've always believed that you should live your passion in work and play if possible. In order to fulfill my passion for art and make a living for my family I started a sign and exhibit company which allowed me to use my art abilities in various ways. What about the music? I really didn't want to play in smoke filled clubs and singing at weddings was taking up my family time on weekends. During this same period in my life my wife and I became Christian's and began to devote more time to our Church and community. God was also inspiring me to write some gospel songs that were well received in Christian circles in the area. Let the music begin! That first year touring the country singing gospel music was such great fun. Our children were able to travel with us to many of the places I sang, almost a hundred gigs that year. I learned so much about the music business and a bit about recording as well. My first recording which was recorded in Nashville was selling well and the offers kept coming in to sing and play my songs. A few years went by, a couple more albums, but it was getting more difficult being away from my family and all the activities my children were involved in. So I thought maybe I should get off the road so much. Hind sight is twenty twenty they say. I limited my singing gigs so I could spend more time with my wife and kids. Yeah, I look back and wonder what could have been but I wouldn't trade those years with my family for any record deal or all the fame and money in the world. My art developed into a full time fine arts business with a few successes along the way. Now I was writing more songs and learning about how to record. It was frustrating and I wondered why I was even doing this after all these years, Oh I know, because I love it and it's what I was born to do. So now I'm recording my own tunes, doing fine arts and fulfilling a passion that started when I was 5 years old, back in my fathers restaurant so many years ago
BOOKINGS For Booking information please call Linda at 989 426-0274 or 989 513-0561 email: lynn@lynnmorganstudios.com or write to Lynn Morgan Studios 707 N Antler St, Gladwin, MI 48624
LM RECORDING STUDIO RECORDING STUDIO CAPABILITIES We can write and produce a ready to air radio or television jingle for your unique product's marketing campaign in our studio. We can also produce your next solo CD project including music production, mixing and mastering capabilities, and visual graphics CD and album covers. For more information please call Lynn at 989 426-0274 or 989 513-0561 email: lynn@lynnmorganstudios.com or write to Lynn Morgan Studios 707 N Antler St, Gladwin, MI 48624
ALBUMS IT'S HERE ! Lynn's New Album "FOR MY CHILDREN'S SAKE"
For My Children's Sake $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
There's Work To Be Done $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
I've Got My Hands Up $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
Come to the Stable $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
Tender Heart $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
CUSTOMER REVIEWS AND TESTIMONIES The Ark, - Akron, Ohio (a place where hundreds of artists appear and minister to singles) this quote was stated from the director, "best male voice we have ever had - excellent musician - shares effectively - super guy." Larry Beltz & Linda Simmons Channel 38 Chicago, Ill. "We appreciated having you with us on 38, please come back again." Owen C. Carr, Jerry Rose & Dave Oseland President, MC & Producer Nashville, Tennessee "God has moved in Lynn Morgan's life and singing as well as in his writing. I hear in his songs a seldom found sincerity that shows how God is willing to direct us when we let Him." John Darnall Recording Producer YOU CAN BE A STAR - Nashville, TN "We were very impressed with what we heard . . ." "Thank you for being part of our 'Praise Unto Jesus Festival.' We would love to have you be part of the Festival next year." Leslie Smith Dear Lynn, Thank you very much for entertaining at the Chewing Match. The comments I received regarding your performance were very positive. You are one talented individual! . . . . Sincerely, Douglas S. MCall, Ed.D. Director of Middle Level and High School Services "Thank you for being part of our television program here at 'Soul's Harbor Television Ministry.' Your music and message was an effective tool to reach the souls of those in the audience and those watching." Thom Hardwick, Music Director "Thank you for sharing your music ministry with the inmates at Jackson Prison. You touched the hearts of so many." Chaplain Washington
"A good song well delivered can touch the hearts of many."  The first time I saw and heard a guitar, I was about 5 years old. My father owned a restaurant and he owned two flat top guitars, a brown one and a blonde one. I was too young to remember what kind they were but what I do remember was my dad playing them and singing while he played. It was like someone was molding the guitars and music around me, so indelible, in my mind I've never forgotten it. I knew I would play music someday, how and where I wasn't sure. Most of my uncles and a lot of my friends were athletes and played a lot of baseball, football and a few other sports including competitive weightlifting. I loved athletics and played with a very competitive spirit. In high school I injured my knee which required several surgeries to repair. That was the end of my sports career. I look back now and believe it may have been God's providence. I had taken a couple years of guitar and a few voice lessons and now thought more about my passion for music. I had another passion burning within me at this time as well and that was to be the best visual artist that I could be. I drew constantly and learned as much as I could about color and composition. Was I making my life more complicated by trying to balance these two God given gifts? I still don't know the answer to that one. When I was 19 years old I married my high school sweetheart and love of my life. A couple years later, our first daughter was born. Children are a life changing experience and my priorities had now changed from a career seeking musician and artist to a husband and family man. We were blessed with two more children, a son and daughter and now 8 grandchildren. Life was good. I've always believed that you should live your passion in work and play if possible. In order to fulfill my passion for art and make a living for my family I started a sign and exhibit company which allowed me to use my art abilities in various ways. What about the music? I really didn't want to play in smoke filled clubs and singing at weddings was taking up my family time on weekends. During this same period in my life my wife and I became Christian's and began to devote more time to our Church and community. God was also inspiring me to write some gospel songs that were well received in Christian circles in the area. Let the music begin! That first year touring the country singing gospel music was such great fun. Our children were able to travel with us to many of the places I sang, almost a hundred gigs that year. I learned so much about the music business and a bit about recording as well. My first recording which was recorded in Nashville was selling well and the offers kept coming in to sing and play my songs. A few years went by, a couple more albums, but it was getting more difficult being away from my family and all the activities my children were involved in. So I thought maybe I should get off the road so much. Hind sight is twenty twenty they say. I limited my singing gigs so I could spend more time with my wife and kids. Yeah, I look back and wonder what could have been but I wouldn't trade those years with my family for any record deal or all the fame and money in the world. My art developed into a full time fine arts business with a few successes along the way. Now I was writing more songs and learning about how to record. It was frustrating and I wondered why I was even doing this after all these years, Oh I know, because I love it and it's what I was born to do. So now I'm recording my own tunes, doing fine arts and fulfilling a passion that started when I was 5 years old, back in my fathers restaurant so many years ago
BOOKINGS For Booking information please call Linda at 989 426-0274 or 989 513-0561 email: lynn@lynnmorganstudios.com or write to Lynn Morgan Studios 707 N Antler St, Gladwin, MI 48624
LM RECORDING STUDIO RECORDING STUDIO CAPABILITIES We can write and produce a ready to air radio or television jingle for your unique product's marketing campaign in our studio. We can also produce your next solo CD project including music production, mixing and mastering capabilities, and visual graphics CD and album covers. For more information please call Lynn at 989 426-0274 or 989 513-0561 email: lynn@lynnmorganstudios.com or write to Lynn Morgan Studios 707 N Antler St, Gladwin, MI 48624
Lynn's New Album "FOR MY CHILDREN'S SAKE" CUSTOMER REVIEWS AND TESTIMONIES The Ark, - Akron, Ohio (a place where hundreds of artists appear and minister to singles) this quote was stated from the director, "best male voice we have ever had - excellent musician - shares effectively - super guy." Larry Beltz & Linda Simmons Channel 38 Chicago, Ill. "We appreciated having you with us on 38, please come back again." Owen C. Carr, Jerry Rose & Dave Oseland President, MC & Producer Nashville, Tennessee "God has moved in Lynn Morgan's life and singing as well as in his writing. I hear in his songs a seldom found sincerity that shows how God is willing to direct us when we let Him." John Darnall Recording Producer YOU CAN BE A STAR - Nashville, TN "We were very impressed with what we heard . . ." "Thank you for being part of our 'Praise Unto Jesus Festival.' We would love to have you be part of the Festival next year." Leslie Smith Dear Lynn, Thank you very much for entertaining at the Chewing Match. The comments I received regarding your performance were very positive. You are one talented individual! . . . . Sincerely, Douglas S. MCall, Ed.D. Director of Middle Level and High School Services "Thank you for being part of our television program here at 'Soul's Harbor Television Ministry.' Your music and message was an effective tool to reach the souls of those in the audience and those watching." Thom Hardwick, Music Director "Thank you for sharing your music ministry with the inmates at Jackson Prison. You touched the hearts of so many." Chaplain Washington
ALBUMS IT'S HERE !
For My Children's Sake $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
There's Work To Be Done $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
I've Got My Hands Up $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
Come to the Stable $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
Tender Heart $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
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"A good song well delivered can touch the hearts of many."
 The first time I saw and heard a guitar, I was about 5 years old. My father owned a restaurant and he owned two flat top guitars, a brown one and a blonde one. I was too young to remember what kind they were but what I do remember was my dad playing them and singing while he played. It was like someone was molding the guitars and music around me, so indelible, in my mind I've never forgotten it. I knew I would play music someday, how and where I wasn't sure. Most of my uncles and a lot of my friends were athletes and played a lot of baseball, football and a few other sports including competitive weightlifting. I loved athletics and played with a very competitive spirit. In high school I injured my knee which required several surgeries to repair. That was the end of my sports career. I look back now and believe it may have been God's providence. I had taken a couple years of guitar and a few voice lessons and now thought more about my passion for music. I had another passion burning within me at this time as well and that was to be the best visual artist that I could be. I drew constantly and learned as much as I could about color and composition. Was I making my life more complicated by trying to balance these two God given gifts? I still don't know the answer to that one. When I was 19 years old I married my high school sweetheart and love of my life. A couple years later, our first daughter was born. Children are a life changing experience and my priorities had now changed from a career seeking musician and artist to a husband and family man. We were blessed with two more children, a son and daughter and now 8 grandchildren. Life was good. I've always believed that you should live your passion in work and play if possible. In order to fulfill my passion for art and make a living for my family I started a sign and exhibit company which allowed me to use my art abilities in various ways. What about the music? I really didn't want to play in smoke filled clubs and singing at weddings was taking up my family time on weekends. During this same period in my life my wife and I became Christian's and began to devote more time to our Church and community. God was also inspiring me to write some gospel songs that were well received in Christian circles in the area. Let the music begin! That first year touring the country singing gospel music was such great fun. Our children were able to travel with us to many of the places I sang, almost a hundred gigs that year. I learned so much about the music business and a bit about recording as well. My first recording which was recorded in Nashville was selling well and the offers kept coming in to sing and play my songs. A few years went by, a couple more albums, but it was getting more difficult being away from my family and all the activities my children were involved in. So I thought maybe I should get off the road so much. Hind sight is twenty twenty they say. I limited my singing gigs so I could spend more time with my wife and kids. Yeah, I look back and wonder what could have been but I wouldn't trade those years with my family for any record deal or all the fame and money in the world. My art developed into a full time fine arts business with a few successes along the way. Now I was writing more songs and learning about how to record. It was frustrating and I wondered why I was even doing this after all these years, Oh I know, because I love it and it's what I was born to do. So now I'm recording my own tunes, doing fine arts and fulfilling a passion that started when I was 5 years old, back in my fathers restaurant so many years ago
BOOKINGS For Booking information please call Linda at 989 426-0274 or 989 513-0561 email: lynn@lynnmorganstudios.com or write to Lynn Morgan Studios 707 N Antler St, Gladwin, MI 48624
LM RECORDING STUDIO RECORDING STUDIO CAPABILITIES We can write and produce a ready to air radio or television jingle for your unique product's marketing campaign in our studio. We can also produce your next solo CD project including music production, mixing and mastering capabilities, and visual graphics CD and album covers. For more information please call Lynn at 989 426-0274 or 989 513-0561 email: lynn@lynnmorganstudios.com or write to Lynn Morgan Studios 707 N Antler St, Gladwin, MI 48624
ALBUMS IT'S HERE ! Lynn's New Album "FOR MY CHILDREN'S SAKE"
For My Children's Sake $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
There's Work To Be Done $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
I've Got My Hands Up $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
Come to the Stable $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
Tender Heart $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
CUSTOMER REVIEWS AND TESTIMONIES The Ark, - Akron, Ohio (a place where hundreds of artists appear and minister to singles) this quote was stated from the director, "best male voice we have ever had - excellent musician - shares effectively - super guy." Larry Beltz & Linda Simmons Channel 38 Chicago, Ill. "We appreciated having you with us on 38, please come back again." Owen C. Carr, Jerry Rose & Dave Oseland President, MC & Producer Nashville, Tennessee "God has moved in Lynn Morgan's life and singing as well as in his writing. I hear in his songs a seldom found sincerity that shows how God is willing to direct us when we let Him." John Darnall Recording Producer YOU CAN BE A STAR - Nashville, TN "We were very impressed with what we heard . . ." "Thank you for being part of our 'Praise Unto Jesus Festival.' We would love to have you be part of the Festival next year." Leslie Smith Dear Lynn, Thank you very much for entertaining at the Chewing Match. The comments I received regarding your performance were very positive. You are one talented individual! . . . . Sincerely, Douglas S. MCall, Ed.D. Director of Middle Level and High School Services "Thank you for being part of our television program here at 'Soul's Harbor Television Ministry.' Your music and message was an effective tool to reach the souls of those in the audience and those watching." Thom Hardwick, Music Director "Thank you for sharing your music ministry with the inmates at Jackson Prison. You touched the hearts of so many." Chaplain Washington
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"A good song well delivered can touch the hearts of many."  The first time I saw and heard a guitar, I was about 5 years old. My father owned a restaurant and he owned two flat top guitars, a brown one and a blonde one. I was too young to remember what kind they were but what I do remember was my dad playing them and singing while he played. It was like someone was molding the guitars and music around me, so indelible, in my mind I've never forgotten it. I knew I would play music someday, how and where I wasn't sure. Most of my uncles and a lot of my friends were athletes and played a lot of baseball, football and a few other sports including competitive weightlifting. I loved athletics and played with a very competitive spirit. In high school I injured my knee which required several surgeries to repair. That was the end of my sports career. I look back now and believe it may have been God's providence. I had taken a couple years of guitar and a few voice lessons and now thought more about my passion for music. I had another passion burning within me at this time as well and that was to be the best visual artist that I could be. I drew constantly and learned as much as I could about color and composition. Was I making my life more complicated by trying to balance these two God given gifts? I still don't know the answer to that one. When I was 19 years old I married my high school sweetheart and love of my life. A couple years later, our first daughter was born. Children are a life changing experience and my priorities had now changed from a career seeking musician and artist to a husband and family man. We were blessed with two more children, a son and daughter and now 8 grandchildren. Life was good. I've always believed that you should live your passion in work and play if possible. In order to fulfill my passion for art and make a living for my family I started a sign and exhibit company which allowed me to use my art abilities in various ways. What about the music? I really didn't want to play in smoke filled clubs and singing at weddings was taking up my family time on weekends. During this same period in my life my wife and I became Christian's and began to devote more time to our Church and community. God was also inspiring me to write some gospel songs that were well received in Christian circles in the area. Let the music begin! That first year touring the country singing gospel music was such great fun. Our children were able to travel with us to many of the places I sang, almost a hundred gigs that year. I learned so much about the music business and a bit about recording as well. My first recording which was recorded in Nashville was selling well and the offers kept coming in to sing and play my songs. A few years went by, a couple more albums, but it was getting more difficult being away from my family and all the activities my children were involved in. So I thought maybe I should get off the road so much. Hind sight is twenty twenty they say. I limited my singing gigs so I could spend more time with my wife and kids. Yeah, I look back and wonder what could have been but I wouldn't trade those years with my family for any record deal or all the fame and money in the world. My art developed into a full time fine arts business with a few successes along the way. Now I was writing more songs and learning about how to record. It was frustrating and I wondered why I was even doing this after all these years, Oh I know, because I love it and it's what I was born to do. So now I'm recording my own tunes, doing fine arts and fulfilling a passion that started when I was 5 years old, back in my fathers restaurant so many years ago
BOOKINGS For Booking information please call Linda at 989 426-0274 or 989 513-0561 email: lynn@lynnmorganstudios.com or write to Lynn Morgan Studios 707 N Antler St, Gladwin, MI 48624
LM RECORDING STUDIO RECORDING STUDIO CAPABILITIES We can write and produce a ready to air radio or television jingle for your unique product's marketing campaign in our studio. We can also produce your next solo CD project including music production, mixing and mastering capabilities, and visual graphics CD and album covers. For more information please call Lynn at 989 426-0274 or 989 513-0561 email: lynn@lynnmorganstudios.com or write to Lynn Morgan Studios 707 N Antler St, Gladwin, MI 48624
ALBUMS IT'S HERE ! Lynn's New Album "FOR MY CHILDREN'S SAKE"
For My Children's Sake $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
There's Work To Be Done $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
I've Got My Hands Up $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
Come to the Stable $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
Tender Heart $15.00 CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
CUSTOMER REVIEWS AND TESTIMONIES The Ark, - Akron, Ohio (a place where hundreds of artists appear and minister to singles) this quote was stated from the director, "best male voice we have ever had - excellent musician - shares effectively - super guy." Larry Beltz & Linda Simmons Channel 38 Chicago, Ill. "We appreciated having you with us on 38, please come back again." Owen C. Carr, Jerry Rose & Dave Oseland President, MC & Producer Nashville, Tennessee "God has moved in Lynn Morgan's life and singing as well as in his writing. I hear in his songs a seldom found sincerity that shows how God is willing to direct us when we let Him." John Darnall Recording Producer YOU CAN BE A STAR - Nashville, TN "We were very impressed with what we heard . . ." "Thank you for being part of our 'Praise Unto Jesus Festival.' We would love to have you be part of the Festival next year." Leslie Smith Dear Lynn, Thank you very much for entertaining at the Chewing Match. The comments I received regarding your performance were very positive. You are one talented individual! . . . . Sincerely, Douglas S. MCall, Ed.D. Director of Middle Level and High School Services "Thank you for being part of our television program here at 'Soul's Harbor Television Ministry.' Your music and message was an effective tool to reach the souls of those in the audience and those watching." Thom Hardwick, Music Director "Thank you for sharing your music ministry with the inmates at Jackson Prison. You touched the hearts of so many." Chaplain Washington
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