COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS — (June 6, 2022) – When it comes to songwriting, Morgan Ashley, the reigning Texas Country Female Artist of the Year, draws from real-life experiences – good or bad – to connect with her fans. Her new single, “Warning Label,” holds nothing back as it addresses the anxiety we often feel when in a troubled relationship. “Warning Label” is now on Texas country radio and all streaming platforms.
“I wrote this song with a friend of mine after she discovered some toxic things about the guy she was dating. She said, ‘I wish I would have seen the signs. If he would have come with a warning label, I could have avoided all of this,’” said Ashley.
Ashley knew it was a great idea for a song, because so many people have thought – “If I had only known.”
When she sings, “I’d take you in small doses, avoid the explosives” – we know exactly who she is talking about. We’ve met him or her before and wish we could turn back time and stay away.
“One of my favorite lines is the bridge,” said Ashley. “I would have followed the precautions. I would have taken care of my heart, too. But now I’m dealing with the side effects of you.”
High-powered instrumentals complement the honest lyrics and Morgan’s powerhouse vocals. Country music fans and Texas radio are loving it.
“My goal with any song is to write about things my fans can relate to,” said Ashley. “To receive such a great response as soon as the song was released is a huge compliment; and it makes me think we got it right.”
“Warning Label” checks all the boxes, so download it today and crank it up.
Visit morganashleyofficial.com to find out when Morgan Ashley will be playing a show in a town near you.
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About Morgan Ashley
Hailing from College Station, Morgan Ashley grew up raising show cattle and barrel racing. She decided at age 17 to finally pick up the guitar that sat in the corner of her room for years and hasn’t put it down since! The Texas Music bug bit hard, and she knew she belonged on a stage somewhere in Texas. Morgan currently plays over 150 dates a year at venues across Texas and beyond, introducing her unique brand of country music to fans at each stop. She has had six songs chart in the Top 40 or higher on Texas Radio, and her all-time Spotify streams are over 100,000! She won the 2021 New Female Vocalist of the Year award at the Texas Regional Radio Music Awards and the 2021 Female Artist of the Year award at the Texas Country Music Awards.