As the daughter of Country Music Hall of Fame inductee George Morgan, Lorrie Morgan has country music coursing through her veins. Born in Nashville, Tennessee, on June 27, 1959, Morgan launched her recording career in 1979 with a trio of singles, including the "I'm Completely Satisfied With You" duet with her father. She released 1984 track "Don't Go Changing" and was named the youngest singer ever to join the Grand Ole Opry that same year. Morgan's career was at its peak during the late 1980s and throughout the 1990s, when she released double-platinum compilation Reflections: Greatest Hits and two platinum-selling albums, Leave the Light On and Something in Red. She also released a string of albums during the 2000s, including 2009's A Moment In Time, which peaked at 40 on Billboard's Country Charts. Come See Me and Come Lonely with Pam Tillis came out in 2017.