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Lorrie Morgan to headline Capitol Theatre Sunday

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Country music songstress Lorrie Morgan is bringing her "Enchanted Christmas" to the Capitol Theatre on Sunday, Dec. 13.

Tickets, priced at $30 per person, are available online at capitoltheatretn.com for the 3 p.m. show.

Morgan, who has sold more than six million records and is known for songs "Something In Red," "Watch Me," and "What Part of No," said she has been doing versions of the holiday show for the past decade.

"It's my favorite time of year and it is just part of who I am. Every year I take my Christmas show on the road," she said in an interview with The Wilson Post. "This past year I visited the Capitol and was so impressed with it. I thought it would be a great place for an intimate show."

For the last three years, Morgan held the show at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville. Although she has had to make modifications to hold the show at the Capitol, Morgan has promised a "beautiful evening."

"We don't have the big stage that we were used to having, so we've taken some things out, done some different songs and switched it up a little," she said, adding that her band the Good Boy Band will accompany her at the Dec. 13th show. "They are one of the best bands in Nashville. They are awesome."

Morgan said her favorite song to perform in the Enchanted Christmas show is called "Grown Up Christmas List."

"It hits home with me about where I am now in my life and how I feel about Christmas and about how things change as you get older," she said. "It's not about presents. It's about peace on earth."

At age 24, Morgan became the youngest person ever to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry. In 2016 she will release her newest album Letting Go... Slow.

Staff Writer Sabrina Garrett may be contacted at sgarrett@wilsonpost.com.

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