Born in Eastbourne, England, in 1956, Richard Morgan
grew up listening to the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. In 1981, he packed away his turntable before going off to study in Canada, and he only took it out again twenty years later in Switzerland.
He wrote his first song in 2005 at the age of 49 after moving into a house in the country. Six months later, he had enough songs for an album.
He brought out an EP called 'Letting Go'
with four of his songs set to piano in 2007. He has also composed the music for his film documentaries '1554'
and 'Un gout de terre'
His first album, The Less You Do, came out in March 2010 and is available at
iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby and CeDe.ch.
Songs from Letting Go also available at iTunes store.
The guitarist on 'Cell Phone Blue'
is Pat Sortino
The electronic music on 'Nowhere'
is by Kellyssa
A member of Showcase since 9th November 2007