Is Lorrie Morgan married? Yes, she is. She is currently married to Tennessee businessman Randy White since September 15, 2010. Morgan and her spouse are having a successful conjugal life and seem to be very supportive of each other.
Morgan is often noted for her turbulent personal life as she has been married six times till date. Lorrie Morgan was previously married to Ron Gaddis, Brad Thompson, Keith Whitley, Jon Randall and Sammy Kershaw. She first tied her knot with Ron Gaddis in 1979 with whom she welcomed a daughter named Morgan Anastasia Gaddis.
On November 22, 1986, Morgan married Keith Whitley which ended in 1989 after the death of her husband Whitley due to alcohol poisoning. From their conjugal life, the duo was blessed with a child named Jesse Keith Whitley who is now popular for being a musician.
On October 27, 1991, Morgan married Brad Thompson and their wedding life came to an end by 1993 after getting a divorce. After that, Morgan married Jon Randall, a popular country music singer on November 16, 1996. They ended their marriage in 1999 with a divorce.
On September 29, 2001, Morgan married country singer/ politician Sammy Kershaw. Their divorce was finalized on 23rd October 2007. On September 15, 2010, she tied her knot for the sixth time with Randy White which is now successfully running.
Who is Lorrie Morgan?
Full name Loretta Lynn Morgan, she landed the planet on June 27, 1959, which makes her age be 61 years old as of 2020. By profession, she is an American country music singer and her dad is none other than country music singer George Morgan who is well recognized for charting hit singles from the 1950s to mid-1970s.
In 1978, Lorrie charted her first single in 1978 but couldn’t stop the U.S. country chart for a long time. She tops the chart from her single entitled Trainwreck of Emotion in 1989. To date, Morgan has recorded 15 studio albums and has been able to make over 6 million records sale worldwide.
Early Life and Education
Morgan was born in 1959 and her place of birth is in Nashville, Tennessee, the United States of America. She was born to the parents named George Morgan (father) and Anastasia “Anna” Paridon (mother). She is blessed with three siblings named Marty Morgan, Candy Morgan and Bethany Chamberlain. Belonging to the English ancestry, Morgan carries an American nationality.
The academic and educational qualification of singer Morgan hasn’t been provided. At the age of 13, she appeared on the Grand Ole Opry for the first time where she performed Janice Torre and Fred Spielman’s “Paper Roses”.
Lorrie Morgan’s Dad
Lorrie Morgan’s dad is none other than mid-20th-century American country music singer George Thomas Morgan. He was born on June 28, 1924, and left this world on July 7, 1975, due to a heart attack. He is a former member of the Grand Ole Opry as well as the member of the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Lorrie is highly influenced by her father who has garnered a successful musical journey in the industry. After the death of her father in 1975, Morgan took over his band.
Career and Professional Life
After disbanding her father’s group, Morgan joined Little Roy Wiggins band and then turned as a demo singer and receptionist for Acuff-Rose Music. She turned as the featured vocalist in the late 1970s on Nashville’s WSM-TV, a morning television show where Ralph Emery was contributing as a host.
Her first studio album entitled Leave the Light On was released on May 11, 1989, which includes the tracks like Trainwreck of Emotion, It’s Too Late, Eight Days a Week and so on. On April 9, 1991, she released her second studio album entitled Something in Red which includes the tracks like A Picture of Me and We Both Walk.
The following year, she came back with a new studio album entitled Watch Me. In 1993, her fourth studio album called Merry Christmas from London was released. The following year, Morgan’s next studio album entitled War Paint was released which includes the tracks like My Night to Howl, 1-800 Use to Be, Good Year for the Roses, Don’t Touch Me and Evening Up the Odds.
On June 4, 1996, Morgan released her new studio album called Greater Need which includes the tracks like Don’t Stop in My World, By My Side, Good as I Was to You, Back Among The Living and much more.
She continued her musical journey by releasing albums like Shakin’ Things Up (1997), Secret Love (1998) and My Heart (1999). On January 20, 2004, Morgan released her ninth studio album called Show Me How which includes the tracks like Do You Still Wanna Buy Me That Drink, Another Winter Without You, One Less Monkey, The Weddings, Rocks and so on.
On October 27, 2009, Morgan released her tenth studio album entitled A Moment in Time which includes the tracks like Are You Lonesome Tonight?, Break It to Me Gently, I’m Always on a Mountain When I Fall, Wine Me Up, By the Time I Get to Phoenix and so on.
Her next albums were I Walk Alone (2010) and Dos Divas (2013). In 2016, she released Letting Go…Slow and her latest released studio album is entitled Come See Me and Come Lonely (2017).
Lorrie Morgan is married to Tennessee businessman Randy White since September 2010. Their marriage was organized in a beachside ceremony. Morgan has already been married six times and is often noted for having multiple husbands.
Moving to her body measurements, country singer Lorrie Morgan has an average height of 5 feet and 1 inch. Her weight is said to be 50 kilograms and has a body statistics of 35-26-35 inches. The singer is blessed with blue colored eyes and blonde colored hair. Morgan’s dress size and shoe size measures 2 and 7.5 respectively.
Salary and Net worth
Lorrie Morgan has an estimated net worth of 6 million USD. She is active in the industry since 1972 where she has already released 15 studio albums. The details regarding her finance, property and other income sources are still under review.
Wiki and Facts
The biography of Morgan is available on most of the demanded wiki sites including Wikipedia and IMDb. Her Twitter profile is reachable @TheLorrieMorgan where she has been followed by over 6k followers.