MORLEY, the multi-talented singer-songwriter breathes sensuality into activism with her unabashed love songs, humorous takes on life, and worldly lyrical stance couched in her warm and soulful sound that ranges wide with influences from rock, soul, and world music.“Morley’s sound has always been large. Even with just a simple guitar and her elegant voice, the Queens, NY native has consistently conjured music that can barely be contained in the room that attempts to house it. The reasons are numerous: smart production, intelligent songwriting and — especially in Morley’s case — poetry disguised as lyrics that immediately resonates with heartfelt conviction.Social consciousness has always been woven into her songs, and Undivided is no different. She has the uncanny ability to make you feel good about yourself and life without you realizing that you’re feeling good about these things. It’s just the instantaneous contact that happens inside your headphones: “Be the One,” “On My Way” and the soulful “Thank You,” featuring the inimitable Raul Midon, offer hope and light in a time when our political system has none to champion. The keyword here is community, something Morley is expert at creating, be it through her hospice work or teaching yoga in prisons. Yet none of her music is sacrificed for a message, as sometimes happens with troubadours so intent on a message that they miss the music. In Morley, all factors are stitched together beautifully, undivided and complete.”Undivided, available now to be shipped to you and digitally in the spring, is the latest collection of songs from this captivating performer. The thirteen songs on this self-produced album reflect a vulnerable journey of love, loss, and the willingness to begin again, with instrumental and vocal contributions by a stellar cast of musicians including Joan Wasser/Joan As Police Woman, Raul Midon, Dave Eggar and the legendary David Amram.Morley has performed all over the world, and most recently had the distinct honor of presenting at TEDWomen. Her song “Women of Hope” (video by Damani Baker “Still Bill”) has been featured in several Nobel Women’s Initiative documentaries and has brought her before many world leaders and policy makers. Morley has performed “Women of Hope” and joined panel discussions, including recent USIP with Pat Mitchell and Abbey Disney at the Women and War Symposium in Washington DC. She has performed for His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, Ban Ki-moon, Mary Robinson, and Ela Gandhi. She has also written, collaborated, and shared the stage with renowned artists such as Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon, Toshi Reagon, Raul Midón, Amadou et Mariam, Joan Wasser, Antony Hegarty, Norah Jones, Dave Matthews, Sheryl Crow, Queen Latifah, Angélique Kidjo, Sarah McLachlan, Wynton Marsalis and Cassandra Wilson.Morleys previous recording, Seen, came out on Universal/Polydor. Prior to that, the Days Like These CD was released independently before being picked up by Universal. Morleys debut, Sun Machine, was released on Sony/WORK, and songs from that album were featured on several television programs. Morleys voice was heard all over the world as the soundtrack for the Ralph Lauren Fragrance “My Romance”.Contact a speaker booking agent to check availability on Morley and other top speakers and celebrities.