Born in April 10, 1990, Maren Larae Morris or simply known as Maren Morris, is from Nashville, Tennessee. As a singer-songwriter, her genre revolves on hip-hop, pop, classic rock, and hard country. By the age of ten, Morris practiced singing using their family karaoke. Then by age of 14, she learned playing the guitar which soon led to releasing a debut album entitled “Walk On.”
By the time she launched her second album entitled “All That It Takes,” Smith Music Group took her under their label. She wrote 13 songs for that very album. For her third album, she released her 2011’s “Live Wire.” She won the “Artist on the Verge” at the New Music Seminar. She even wrote songs for Tim McGraw and Kelly Clarkson. Her viral hit “My Church” received more than 2.5 million streams in just more than a month.