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Most recent release, Valentine (EP, 2008)
Devil Doll, Veruca Salt
Morgan Grace rocks but is also capable of tenderness and introspection. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended first album:
The Sound of Something Breaking is the only one we've heard
2005—Lady Lush Records—LL-003
See Morgan Grace's site for availability
Morgan Grace—guitars, bass, vocals
Howard Gee, Morgan Grace, and Sam Henry
Morgan Grace's record is good old-fashioned rock in the nineties alternative way. She's got a keen melodic sense and her voice is capable of both sweetness and rage. "Your name" is a poppy gem that's reminiscent of Veruca Salt. "My Name" is calmer and has a touch of jazzy introspection despite the sexual jealousy it describes. "It's only you" is eerie and haunted as befits a song of romantic obsession. Grace escapes easy definitions of rock singers and emerges as an artist with a unique voice on this record. (email@example.com)
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