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Morgan Wallen Basic Information
|Stage Name:||Morgan Wallen|
|Real Name:||Morgan Cole Wallen|
|Date Of Birth/Age:||May 13, 1993 (29 Years Old)|
|Place of Birth:||Sneedville, Tennessee, U.S.|
|Education:||Gibbs High School, Corryton, Belmont University.|
Morgan Wallen Biography
Wallen was raised in the Knoxville region after being born on May 13, 1993, in Sneedville, Tennessee. His mother was a teacher who preferred modern Christian music, while his father was a preacher who enjoyed the bombast of hard rock. At a very young age, Wallen showed a significant interest in music; he began singing in church at three and playing the violin at the age of five. His passion in high school was baseball, and he pitched for the team at Gibbs High School in Corryton, Tennessee. He later picked up the piano and the guitar.
Morgan Wallen has deftly navigated the gap separating Florida Georgia Line and Sam Hunt, developing a variation of bro-country that emphasizes smooth R&B rhythms over arena-ready stomps. Wallen sings plenty of songs about happy hours and “Whiskey Glasses” — the latter gave him his first solo number one country single — but his romantic streak, when combined with a sense of playfulness has helped him break away from the pack.
Several years after his successful 2014 run on the televised singing competition The Voice, he signed with Big Loud Records and debuted with the Top Ten album If I Know Me (2018). By the time he released his second LP, Dangerous: The Double Album (2021), he was one of the biggest stars in contemporary country music, affirmed by a lengthy reign on the Billboard 200.
In 2014, Wallen’s mother signed the then-20-year-old up for The Voice. Wallen joined Team Usher by performing Howie Day’s “Collide” at the blind auditions. He maintained his spot with a cover of Avicii’s “Hey Brother,” but was stolen by Team Levine after singing One Direction’s “Story of My Life” in the second Battle Rounds. Ironically, Wallen was eliminated after a performance of “Stay” by Florida Georgia Line—the duo who helped make “Up Down” such a tremendous success.
The official website of country artist, Morgan Wallen is morganwallen.com.
Wallen is currently not seeing anyone, but here is a very brief timeline of his dating history.
Wallen was previously linked to Katie Smith. The pair were engaged, but are no longer dating. Katie and Morgan reportedly broke up and fans speculated his song Chasin’ You referred to somebody in particular. However, he previously explained that he wrote the song back in 2015 when he moved to Nashville and had nothing to do with “chasing” someone. With her, he brought his baby boy, Indigo Wallen into the world.
Paige and Wallen had been together for almost a year and had agreed to keep their relationship low-key. February 10, 2022 was the first time the couple went public. The pair went their different ways, according to Page Six, after being an item for over two years. Sources exclusively confirmed to the outlet that just weeks after the pair went public with their relationship, Paige started receiving messages on Instagram from girls Wallen had been allegedly unfaithful with.