Capping off a whirlwind week, rising superstar Megan Moroney stacked multiple TV debuts and major profile features. Ahead of “The 57th Annual CMA Awards” on Wednesday (11/8), she performed for the first time on ABC’s Good Morning America, with breakout hit “Tennessee Orange” and current single I’m Not Pretty,” plus caught up with ABC News' Ginger Zee about her CMA nominations and her transition from the accounting career track to “emo cowgirl.” Moroney also appeared on GMA3: What You Need to Know for a chat with GMA3 hosts Eva Pilgrim and Dr. Jennifer Ashton before performing her emotional balled “Girl in the Mirror.”

Continuing the day of debuts, Moroney took the CMA Awards stage with Old Dominion for their collaboration, “Can’t Break Up Now,” with American Songwriter claiming the group paired “like red wine and aged brie,” and Country Now touting the performance as “dreamy.” She also made a statement on the red carpet with her bold, red custom Stefanie Naylor dress and curated Charlotte Tilbury beauty look that landed Moroney on several “Best Dressed” lists including PEOPLELife & StyleThe TennesseanINSIDERJust Jared, and more. With PEOPLE claiming, “the rising country star definitely stands out as a best dressed of the night,” Moroney brought the entertainment outlet exclusively behind-the-scenes as she glammed up for the big night. Check out the feature here.

Amassing acclaim, the Los Angeles Times profiled Moroney’s meteoric rise, applauding her “songwriting talent and the soulful scrape in her voice — not to mention the clever way she toys with the presentation of gender — that distinguish her now that she’s arrived.” Read the full story here.

Since the release of her wildly popular debut album LUCKY  (Sony Music Nashville/Columbia Records), on which she co-wrote every song, Moroney has skyrocketed to stardom. The project landed on Rolling Stone’s “The Best Albums of 2023 So Far” and climbed to #38 on the Billboard 200. Most recently, she earned recognition as a 2023 Billboard Music Awards (BBMAs) finalist for Top Country Female Artist (alongside Taylor Swift and Lainey Wilson). Tune in Sunday, November 19 via @BBMAs, @billboard and bbmas.watch. 

Adding to her LUCKY era, LUCKY (DELUXE) is out now and features three brand-new songs, including guest spots from fellow Nashville-based singer-songwriters Kameron Marlowe and Mackenzie Carpenter. In addition, the highly awaited vinyl edition of  LUCKY (DELUXE)  is available here

Currently on her SOLD-OUT THE LUCKY TOUR, Moroney is proving why she is an in-demand headliner, with stops at major cities and iconic venues coast-to-coast, including New York City (Bowery Ballroom), Chicago (Joe's on Weed St.), Los Angeles (Troubadour), and New Braunfels, TX (Gruene Hall). She’ll then join Kenny Chesney’s SUN GOES DOWN 2024 TOUR next spring. For all upcoming tour dates and information, visit here





Country newcomer with massive staying power, Megan Moroney is strong-minded, sensitive, and fiercely devoted to speaking her truth. As a teenager in Georgia, she first honed her gorgeously gritty vocal style by singing covers with her dad and brother, then took up guitar at age 16. Although she started off studying accounting at the University of Georgia, Moroney’s entire trajectory changed after opening for Chase Rice at the famed Georgia Theatre her freshman year — a turn of events that found her penning her first-ever original song and discovering the dazzling specificity and down-to-earth honesty that now define her music. In July 2022 she offered a first glimpse at the full-force personality of her songwriting with the Pistol Made of Roses EP, inspiring CMT to praise her as a “musical risk taker with powerhouse pipes.” As her career gained unstoppable momentum, she next delivered her breakout single “Tennessee Orange”: an immediate smash that soon led to her signing with Sony Music Nashville/Columbia Records, in addition to notching her first No. 1 at Country radio and earning RIAA PLATINUM certification. Named a “2023 Artist to Watch” by the likes of Amazon Music, Pandora, and Spotify, as well as an iHeart "On The Verge" Artist and one of CMT’s Next Women of Country for 2023, Moroney released her debut album LUCKY in May and quickly drew major acclaim for the lived-in intimacy, fearless truth-telling, electrifying impact of her songwriting. With her avalanche of accolades including winning BREAKTHROUGH FEMALE VIDEO OF THE YEAR at the CMT Music Awards, she made her debut appearances on NBC’s TODAY; ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!Good Morning America, and GMA3: What You Need To Know; and kicked off her first headline run with the sold-out PISTOL MADE OF ROSES TOUR. After opening for Country legends Brooks & Dunn this summer, Moroney has embarked on her sold-out THE LUCKY TOUR for this fall bringing her magnetic live show to iconic venues across the U.S. — all while continuing a meteoric rise that now includes 650 MILLION+ total global streams to date.