Blues Alley
Blues Alley


Ms. Gerri Morrison

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Ms. Gerri Morrison is a gifted vocalist who performs throughout the United States. She has also shared her dynamic talent in Australia, Israel, Norway, Singapore, Thailand, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

 

Born in Alabama and raised in upstate New York, Ms. Morrison is said to have been able to recognizably hum an entire song before she was even able to talk. At the age of eight, she began to realize her musical capabilities after finding enjoyment composing songs on a toy piano she received as a Christmas gift. While in her teens, she volunteered to replace an ailing lead vocalist in her church choir just before a live performance. This turn of events helped her secure confidence in her talent. However, it was her participation in musical theatre during college that decisively set the course for her pursuit of a singing career.

 

Ms. Morrison has appeared in such theatrical productions as Ain’t Misbehavin’, Bubblin’ Brown Sugar, Godspell, Purlie and The Wiz. Her broad vocal abilities allow her to sing a variety of music from Broadway and classical to gospel, jazz and r&b. An avid sports fan, she also performs the National Anthem at professional and collegiate sporting events. Her live performances have ranged from fronting small jazz combos to appearing with the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra. She was even voted “Best Voice in Syracuse” by Central New York’s New Times magazine. Upon relocating to the Washington, D.C. area, she stepped away from the stage to focus exclusively on the business side of the entertainment industry. And now, with renewed vigor, Ms. Morrison is back behind the microphone sharing her phenomenal gift.

Blues Alley

1073 Wisconsin Ave. NW Washington, DC 20007

*Please note:
1. Final sale, no refunds, not transferable.
2. $12 food/beverage minimum per person not included in ticket price.
3. Seating first come at the door. Doors open at the earliest of 6 PM & 9:45 PM respectively.
4. Photography or Recording of any kind is prohibited during the performance.
5. Keep conversation to a minimum during the performance.