Marty Morrison

Born: Florence, AL

In addition to singing he plays piano, organ, lead guitar, bass guitar and tenor banjo. Toured with the Jerry Lee Lewis band for 8 years. In 1976, Marty was offered a job playing with Freddie Hart & the Heartbeats. Wrote his first hit song with Freddie Hart, "Paper Sack Full of Memories," recorded on Capitol Records. While with the Heartbeats they were nominated "Group of the Year" in Country Music. After leaving the Heartbeats, Marty played on numerous recording sessions in Memphis and Nashville, backing up many of the top country music artists of the day.

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame

 

 

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