Megan Moroney Celebrates ‘Tennessee Orange’ At First No. 1 Party
The celebration took place on Wednesday in Nashville, Tennessee, with members of her label Sony Music Nashville /Columbia Records, and label producer, Sugarland’s Kristian Bush in attendance.
Moroney is one of the fastest-rising stars in country music. From TikTok trends to crowds singing along at bars to her making her Grand Ole Opry debut, “Tennessee Orange” is the song that keeps on giving.
Since day one, her lyrics have been infectious and her relationship with her fans has grown. The song has connected with fans and obviously has raised some questions about who the song may be about.
“Tennessee Orange” was the lead single on her debut album, Lucky, released back in May. Moroney went on to unveil a deluxe edition with three new songs and guest appearances by Kameron Marlowe and Mackenzie Carpenter.
“I don’t think I realized how special the song would be. It was one of those things where I’d worked on for so long and I didn’t know if it was good or not,” Moroney told People magazine.
Not only did the 25-year-old take home a win for CMT Breakthrough Female Video of The Year at the 2023 CMT Awards but she has also earned herself a nomination for New Artist of the Year and Song of the Year at the upcoming CMA Awards this November.
Moroney is currently out on the road for her 2023 headling “The Lucky Tour” now through December. You can find out more about the tour by clicking here.
Click here to listen to Megan Moroney’s “Tennessee Orange.”