Teddy Morgan
( artist bio ) ( artist website )

Lost Love & Highways Lost Love & Highways (Hightone, 1999)
"Lost Love And Highways swaggers, stomps and spits in all the right places and is as tight as can be..." -- Indie Music. Also see Blues in Review

Louisiana Rain Louisiana Rain (Discovery, 1996)
"From sugar-and-spice vocals to stinging guitar solos, Teddy Morgan delivers the goods." -- Blues Access

Ridin' In Style Ridin' In Style (Discovery, 1994)
"Morgan is like a walking distillation of great American roots music: swamp-pop straight from the Louisiana bayou, hard-as-nails alternative country, serious lovesick blues." -- Fort Worth Star-Telegram

appears on

Rick Holmstrom - Gonna Get Wild Rick Holmstrom - Gonna Get Wild (Tone Cool, 2000)
"...a collection of great music, great lyrics and a few surprises by one of the most versatile guitarists on the blues scene today." -- Blues Bytes

R.J. Mischo & Teddy Morgan Ready To Go! (Atomic Theory, 1997)
"Stomping blues the way they did in the `50s!" -- Living Blues
"Too bad Leonard Chess and Willie Dixon can't hear this one!" -- Blues Access

Two Sides To Every Story James Harman - Two Sides To Every Story (Black Top, 1993
"...[Harman's] harmonica rumbles and wails [and] can be devastatingly expressive, usually in a feisty, swaggering manner..." -- Down Beat, 3 stars

also appears on

Randy Weeks Madeline Hightone 8116, 2000
Various Artists Don't Worry, Sing the Blues Atomic Theory 1131, 1998
Various Artists Antone's 20th Anniversary Discovery 74703, 1996

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