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Meet our May A-Lister: Morgan Evans, Musician

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“In the music industry, it’s all about songs, and some of the best songs come from Nashville.” —Morgan Evans, Musician

 

morgan_evans.jpgPhoto by John SchweikertWhile traveling on his U.S. tour in support of his latest album, Things That We Drink To, Morgan Evans trusts Southwest® to get him to his next gig. The Australian singer-songwriter is able to easily check his equipment when flying from city to city, and since guitars fly free,* he can bring his beloved instrument onboard with him. Prior to his current tour, Morgan wowed fans with a performance at 35,000 feet. The concert was part of Southwest’s ongoing Live at 35® series, which brings artists onboard for surprise inflight shows. Check out Southwest.fm/live-at-35 to watch the performance. We look forward to watching you rise to new heights with your career, Morgan!

 

—Maren Kauffman, Communications & Outreach

 

Crowd-Pleaser “I’m excited to perform my single ‘Day Drunk’ while I’m on tour with Rascal Flatts this summer. It’s a fun song to play in front of crowds because they can really feel the energy.” 

 

Beach Bound “I grew up on the coast [in Australia] and love to surf, so I’m always looking to get back to the coast any chance that I get.”

 

Offstage “I rack up Rapid Rewards® points traveling for work and use them for vacation. I like to spend time with my wife [Kelsea Ballerini] and disappear for a bit.”

 

 

*Musical instruments transported as checked baggage count toward the limit of two free bags, subject to weight and size limitations. One small musical instrument (including guitars) may be transported as a carryon item, subject to overhead or under the seat availability at time of boarding. Any carryon musical instruments will count toward the carryon baggage limit of one piece of carryon baggage and one smaller personal item.