Born: 24 / 4 / 1985
Morgan John Evans (born 24 April 1985) is an Australian country music singer and songwriter. He released a self-titled debut studio album in March 2014, which peaked at number 20 on the ARIA Albums Chart. Evans also had a crossover hit with "Kiss Somebody" in 2017. In 2019, he won the ARIA Award for Best Country Album for his second studio album, Things That We Drink To. In 2023 performed “long live the Newcastle Knights” live at the home NRL Finals game
Join our community with our FREE weekly newsletter
"I hope they feel what we felt leaving the stage that night, an Aussie pride, like we were in it together, and like everything is going to be alright."
Morgan Evans will return home for a bunch of concerts for fans who haven’t had the opportunity to see him for a while.
Perth's The Muster - Rodeo & Music Festival boasts a line-up that’s even “hotter than the Western Australian summer”.
John Fogerty will perform two sets - including one celebrating Creedence Clearwater Revival classics - as Aussies Morgan Evans, Lee Kernaghan, James Johnston, and more join the line-up.
"It’s not perfect, but it’s real, and to me, it feels just like it did on stage that night… special."
Morgan Evans' new Christmas song is a song any Australian fan could relate to.
By the time Morgan Evans got to his commercial hit, 'Day Drunk', the Thursday night crowd were caught up in a Friday night feeling.
Morgan Evans may be a big star now, but he hasn’t forgotten where he comes from. And now, country music is booming in Australia.
The impressive feat was achieved despite a huge act like Wolfmother abruptly cancelling their appearance on Saturday.
“I've been hanging around with Americans for the last few days, so it's hard to not just assimilate.”