Lorrie Morgan's first live musical experience was singing "Paper Roses" on the Grand Ole Opry stage when she was barely thirteen years old. She received a standing ovation; Morgan would continue to sing all her life. In 1979 she had some success with a rendition of "I'm Completely Satisfied," a song by her late father, George Morgan. Her vocal harmonies were added in a fashion similar to what Natalie Cole did in 1991 with her father's hit "Unforgettable." The late 1980s found Morgan maturing musically and reaching critical acclaim as well as yielding chart topping hits such as "Five Minutes," from the 1989 gold album, Leave The Light On. Her elastic vocal textures seem to reveal a classic country training that could only come from endless hours listening to and singing along with her father's record collection. With respect for the past and a passion for musical innovation, Morgan's music is tuneful and timeless.