Personalities | George Morgan | Nashville & Beyond | Country
Waverly, Tennessee-born George Morgan is best remembered for the smooth, late-1940s, chart-toppers ‘Candy Kisses’ and ‘A Room Full Of Roses’ (which also reached the pop Top 30). Morgan was a favourite on the Grand Ole Opry from 1948 until shortly before his death due to complications from open-heart surgery. He was the father of contemporary country singer Lorrie Morgan.
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