Steven McMorran has always had a passion for songwriting. Growing up in Little Rock, Arkansas, McMorran’s father, a studio engineer, brought him up on the music of James Taylor and Jim Croce. Although that music influenced his songwriting in many ways, his musical taste didn’t stop there. He also found influence in bands like Soundgarden and Rage Against The Machine. After college he headed West to Los Angeles. During his LA years, Steven made great strides writing songs for Celine Dion, Michael Bolton, and many more. He formed the band Satellite who signed to Sony’s Descendant Records and released an album in 2013. Eventually, the gravitational pull of Nashville brought him back to his native South. Steven found an artistic home in the “city built around songwriting” as he puts it. “There is a depth of lyric and clarity in country music”, he says. After moving back to Music City, it didn’t take long for him to gain some traction. His song “Still on The Line” landed on the #1 Tim McGraw album “Sundown Heaven Town”. Steven signed with Major Bob Music in the spring of 2017 and the sky is the limit for the gifted singer songwriter, landing his most recent cut with Big Machine Records Eli Young Band. McMorran, whose Instagram bio reads “professionally emotional”, aims to write songs that make people feel more in touch with who they really are.