Maverick recording designer, maker, and multi-instrumentalist Blake Morgan’s studio room chops, intelligent lyrics, and present for the melodic twist have got earned him a loyal critical and business following. After putting your signature on a seven-record offer in 1997 with Phil Ramone’s N2K (Sony/RED) label, leading to the well-received Anger’s Chocolate, Morgan became disillusioned using the rigid, commercial side of rock and roll & roll. Following a effective tour that discovered him sharing levels with famous brands Joan Jett and Matchbox Twenty, he uncovered a loophole that could enable him to extricate himself in the contract without an excessive amount of bloodshed. The move would end up being serendipitous, as he’d go on to create his own unbiased label, Engine Firm Records, in NEW YORK, leading to 2005’s Burning up Daylight and 2006’s Silencer, and 2013’s Diamond jewelry at night.
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