Kylie Morgan Celebrates Her Opry Debut
Updated: Aug 18
EMI Records Nashville singer/songwriter Kylie Morgan made her Grand Ole Opry debut last night (8/16). Sporting a 1000-watt smile and a stunning sequin dress, she stepped into the historic circle to perform her debut single “If He Wanted To He Would” and “Mean Girls,” a personal, empowering track from her recently released EP, P.S.
See photos from Kylie Morgan’s Grand Ole Opry debut HERE.
“There are some moments you dream for, and there are some moments you pray for. Thank you for being an answered prayer tonight,” Kylie shared on stage. Acknowledging her friends and loved ones in the audience she added, “This is a moment that sometimes you think is never going to happen. But we’re here, and we did it.” She prefaced “Mean Girls,” stating, “this song is for all the people who have ever been told no, or you’ll never make it. Let me be an example.”
Now playing on country radio, “If He Wanted To He Would,” is penned by Kylie with Zandi Holup and Ben Johnson. Billboard praises, “Keen songwriting, a breezy melody and Morgan’s intriguing voice make for an ace effort.” The track is featured on P.S., alongside six additional songs co-penned by Kylie, each telling a chapter of her story that showcases her signature vulnerability paired with party-starting personality.
We can't wait to see what is next for Kylie!