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May 7th, 2013 – Morgan Frazier, Sidewalk Records recording artist, has won the legendary John Lennon Songwriting Contest. Morgan was selected among thousands of submissions, and represents the very best of those who pen songs in the country music format. She teamed up with Jim Bennett to write the winning offering, “All We Never Had Is Gone,” a momentous ballad that encompasses the roller-coaster ride that is heartbreak.

Morgan’s debut single “Yellow Brick Road,” a cleverly written, tongue-in-cheek tune that details a story about relationships to the character traits of the Wizard of Oz, has inspired an exclusive competition on her social media sites. Through Facebook, fans have the opportunity to “claim a brick” and share what is at the end of their yellow brick road. Claim your yellow brick and automatically be entered for a chance to win an acoustic concert with Morgan and a one-of-a-kind autographed guitar:

Morgan has already achieved some milestones that few artists reach in a lifetime. Among the most significant, is the fact that she has already played on the Grand Ole Opry three times. As her career continues to move full steam ahead, The Opry will continue to be a part of her life. Look forward to many performances from this young starlet, on the iconic stage where everyone from Dolly Parton to George Jones has stood, and watch her flourish into superstardom. Morgan’s inspirational story, incredible vocal range, and natural-born authenticity all have contributed to her blooming success.

In preparation for her debut single “Yellow Brick Road,” Morgan has been crisscrossing the highways of America for the past 4 months being introduced to radio programmers. The debut record, which she co-wrote with Jim Brown and Steve Clark, was released to country radio.

In addition, Morgan has released an EPK, a documentary on her life—featuring her adversarial journey leading up to the new song. Stream it here: