Morgan Evans will release a new docuseries titled The Highway 1 Sessions, which brings Evans’ fans along with him for a trip along California’s Pacific Coast Highway.
Eight years ago, the Warner Music Nashville artist left his native Australia and went through a period of self-discovery as he navigated his way through the entertainment industry. In the new docuseries, he takes fans through that process with him. A Warner Music Nashville/Indigo Frame collaboration, the five-part limited series premieres tonight, April 22 at 8 p.m. CT, with a new episode every Wednesday on Evans’ YouTube channel.
“I feel like in times when you know you’re not in the right spot is when you really find out who you are,” Evans explains in the beginning scenes of the Patrick Tracy-directed project. “You know that it feels so wrong, so there must be something out there that’s at least more right than that.”
Since moving to Nashville and signing with Warner Music Nashville, he has been chosen as one of Country Radio Seminar’s New Faces of Country Music honorees, and has earned more than 450 million career streams, including his recent single “Diamonds.” He has also topped the charts with his previous singles “Kiss Somebody” and “Day Drunk,” which spent 25 weeks at No. 1 in Australia. Both tracks are from his debut project Things That We Drink To, which was named Best Country Album at the ARIA Music Awards in Australia.
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