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Wharton Center Event with Morgan James to Delight

Our next Wharton Center Event will be one to remember! Join us for a live, virtual performance featuring vocalist Morgan James and guitarist Doug Wamble. Tickets are $17.50 and sold through Eventbrite.

To celebrate the one-year anniversary of her album “Memphis Magnetic”, Morgan and her husband, guitarist Doug Wamble, will be playing their favorite songs off the album. They will also play some classic Memphis covers and their favorite love songs, live from their home studio in New York City.

Different places have different histories. It’s nice to step inside those old studios, or new studios with old gear and wonder ‘Who sang through this microphone?’ or ‘Who sat at this piano?’ It’s pretty exciting.”

Morgan James
Biography

Morgan James is a Juilliard trained singer, actress, songwriter, recording artist, and Wharton Center favorite. On Broadway, Morgan was in four back-to-back original companies: The Addams Family (starring Nathan Lane and Bebe Neuwirth), WonderlandGodspell, and Motown: The Musical, and as a guest at Kristin Chenoweth’s For The Girls.

As a recording artist, Ms. James has released seven albums of music including her newest album of original soul music entitled Memphis Magnetic. Her videos with Postmodern Jukebox and her own YouTube channel have garnered over 200 million views. 

I am very thankful for Mike Brand and everyone at the Wharton Center. It’s very rare in this world and the time we are living in, for people to be interested in up and coming artists and development.”

Morgan James

Get your tickets to this wonderful Wharton Center event today. Be sure to subscribe to our blog to get the latest updates and behind the scenes looks.


Sponsors

Sponsored by The Doctors Company with additional support from Comprehensive Psychological Services, PC; Foresight Group; Jackson National Life Insurance Company; Retailers Insurance Company; and Wolverine Development Corporation

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