Singer/Songwriter Adele Morgan has called Alaska her home since she was six weeks old. She was born in Canada and moved to Alaska with her family to live on the Yukon River in an Athabascan Indian village as missionaries. Adele sang her first solo at the age of six. Her father is a long time Alaskan bush pilot of whom she sings about in the song “Wings of Love”.
Adele has sold thousands of CD’s in the US as well as in 5 continents. She has received both radio and Internet airplay. Her songs, “It’s That Time of Year”, “Where Are Your Treasures”, “Live For Me Mama and Pretty Is…” were all award winning songs in the Alaska Song of the Year contest. She has two full length CD’s; “From My Heart”, a collection of all original songs that reflect Adele’s positive and inspirational look on life’s experiences. “Imagine Christmas” is her NEW full length Holiday collection in which she co-produced with engineer John Macy of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band renown. Adele’s earlier Christmas album, “It’s The Time of Year”, is still a favorite for the season. Both albums include original and traditional songs.
Adele is a singer who writes her own lyrics and music. She is also an arranger and producer. She started writing jingles for radio in 1992 and in 1999 developed her own music label, Blondetone MUSIC. Her singing led her to Nashville after winning a vocal contest held in her home state. The grand prize consisted of a free trip to Nashville and the chance to network with the best in the business. After making the decision not to pursue a contract with a major label, Adele returned home to Alaska to continue her role as wife /mother and singer /songwriter. To further her education in the music business she returned to Nashville several times where she attended business workshops, awards shows, major label showcases and learned valuable information about being a successful Independent Artist.
Her performing experience is as diverse as her audiences. From eight to eighty years old, Morgan has songs that seem to entertain and move both the young and old. Adele has performed in the small villages of Alaska and has also shared the stage with national artists like Petra, The Kry and Greg X Volz, Chuck Swindoll and political dignitaries such as Senators, Governors and Mayors from all over the United States.
Adele has devoted much of her time and performances to benefit charity organizations, which include the Veterans of Alaska, Breast Cancer Awareness, The Children’s House, Crisis Pregnancy Centers, American Diabetes Association and Local Senior Centers. She also continues to volunteer in leading worship at her church in Wasilla, Alaska.
As well as her performing schedule, Morgan also travels the country sharing the trials and triumphs of living with diabetes with other patients, families and medical professionals. Adele is currently a National Spokesperson for Medtronic Diabetes. She a Type 1 insulin dependant diabetic and an insulin pump wearer. She hopes to encourage others to take control of there own lives by exercising, eating right and using insulin pump therapy. Adele’s passion for music equals her passion for people.