morgan harper nichols Bio
Meet the Storyteller: Morgan Harper Nichols is an award winning songwriter, singer, author, artist, and speaker, and all together, a storyteller. Played on radio stations around the world, Morgan’s song ‘Storyteller’ has been inspiring people to tell story their since it was released in 2015. Morgan’s music have garnered over 2.9 million views on YouTube and she has been featured in numerous publications, magazines, and broadcasts including Mashable, FOX Good Day Atlanta, and Atlanta Journal Constitution, and many others. Her debut music project, produced by Paul Mabury features collaborations with Jamie Grace, Mac Powell (Third Day), and All Sons and Daughters.
With a social media following of over 170k Morgan leads several communities across the web and on several social media platforms. Some of her most notable projects include The Devo Co. (@thedevoco) and The Binder Co. (@thebinderco).
Based in Los Angeles, California, Morgan and her husband Patrick Nichols have a passion for people and spend their time working on various projects and traveling to serve, speak, and to tell their story. Together, they are the founders of The Center (@thecentreco). She is also the co-founder of the entertainment company Harper Sisters.
As a vocalist, Morgan has appeared on 4 GRAMMY nominated projects (Hold Me by Jamie Grace, Whatever the Road by Jason Crabb, How Can It Be by Lauren Daigle, and Saints and Sinners by Matt Maher). Morgan is also one half of the duo Harper Still with her sister Jamie Grace. As a songwriter, Morgan has written on numerous projects, included #1 Billboard Gospel Hit “Beautiful Day” by Jamie Grace. She is the older sister of 2x Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Jamie-Grace and the daughter of James and Mona Harper, who are pastors, speakers, and community leaders.
It’s safe to say that Morgan wears quite a few hats (literally and figuratively) but she is grateful for every opportunity to encourage others to tell their story. She has made her life work about helping other people tell their story.