Gary Morse

"Whether in the studio or on tour you'll find ALL of my amps and cabinets, both vintage and modern, loaded with Eminence speakers." Gary Morse is one of the most in-demand steel guitarists working in Nashville today. He has recorded and toured with some of country musics most respected artists including: Ricky Skaggs, Dwight Yoakam, Dierks Bentley and Brooks & Dunn and is currently on Ronnie Dunn's solo tour. He has also released a solo instrumental album titled Resophonic Rodeo available on cdbaby and iTunes. Gary Morse has recorded with many of country music's best known artists including Brooks & Dunn, Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, Ronnie Dunn, Sara Evans, Colt Ford and Dwight Yoakam. Although best known for his work as a pedal steel, dobro and lap steel guitarist, he is frequently heard on guitar and banjo as well. He has recently produced(and performed on) the new EP "America's Favorite Pastime" by Matt Mason, the winner of CMT's Next Superstar competition. Discography: Dierks Bentley-"Home" (2012 Capitol) Kix Brooks-"New to This Town" (2012 Sony) Montgomery Gentry-"Waylon: The Music Inside, Vol 2" (2012 Average Joe) Colt Ford-"Declaration of Independence" (2012 Average Joe) The Lacs-"190 Proof" (2012 Average Joe) Ronnie Dunn-"Ronnie Dunn" (2011 Arista) Steve Azar-"Delta Soul, Vol 1" (2011, Ride Records) Colt Ford-"Every Chance I Get" (2011 Average Joe) Colt Ford-"Chicken and Biscuits" (2010 Average Joe) Mark Chesnutt-"Outlaw" (2010 Time Life/Suguaro) Josh Kelley-"Georgia Clay" (2011 MCA) Mark Chesnutt-"Outlaw" (2010 Time Life/Saguaro) Thompson Square-"You Gonna Kiss Me Or What?" (2010 Stone Creek/Broken Bow) Brooks & Dunn-"Indian Summer" /single (May 2009 Arista) Dierks Bentley-"Feel That Fire" (2009 Capitol) Jason Michael Carroll-"Growing Up Is Getting Old" (2009 Arista) Eric Church-"Carolina" (2009 Capitol) The Lost Trailers-"Holler Back" & "How 'Bout You Don't" (2008 BNA) Brooks & Dunn w/ Reba McEntire-"Cowgirls Don't Cry (2009 Arista) Brooks & Dunn- "Cowboy Town" (Arista 2007) release date 10/2/07 Brooks & Dunn- "Proud of the House" single from Cowboy Town Carlene Carter & Ronnie Dunn- "Jackson" single (Dualtone 2007) Carrie Underwood- "Some Hearts" 2006 (Arista) Dierks Bentley- "Long Trip Alone " 2006 (Capitol) "The Pilgrim: A celebration of Kris Kristofferson" (American Roots) w/Rodney Crowell Sara Evans single -"A Real Fine Place" 2005 (RCA Nashville) Dierks Bentley -"Modern Day Drifter" 2005 (Capitol) Sara Evans- "Suds In The Bucket" from the RCA CD "Restless" Dwight Yoakam- "The Very Best Of Dwight Yoakam" 2004 (Reprise/Rhino) Dwight Yoakam- "Population Me" (Audium) Dwight Yoakam- "Last Chance For 1,000 Years" Greatest Hit's of the 90's (Warner/Reprise) Dwight Yoakam- "Tomorrow's Sounds Today" (Warner/Reprise) Dwight Yoakam- "South Of Heaven, West Of Hell" (movie soundtrack) Dwight Yoakam/Box Set-released 2002 (Warner/Reprise) Steve Azar- "Waitin' On Joe" (Mercury) Sherrie Austin- "Streets of Heaven" (Broken Bow) Pam Tillis - "Homeward Looking Angel" (Arista) Pam Tillis- "Maybe It Was Memphis" (steel solo on radio version) Highway 101- "Greatest Hits" (Warner Bros.) Highway 101- "Reunited" (Intersound) Lari White- "Don't Fence Me In" (RCA) Paul Brandt- "Calm Before The Storm" (WEA/Reprise) The Bellamy Brothers- "Latest and The Greatest" (Bellamy Bros.) McBride and The Ride- "Amarillo Sky" (Dualtone) McBride and The Ride- "No More Crying" Soundtrack for Eight Seconds (MCA) Terry McBride and The Ride (MCA) Sherrie Austin- "Love In The Real World" (Arista) Jason McCoy -"Playin' For Keeps" (MCA Canada) Al Anderson- "Pay Before You Pump" (Imprint) Jeffrey Steele (Curb) Scott Joss- "A New Reason to Care" (Little Dog Records) Partial Gear List: Vintage Fender Super Twin (2-12" Canis Majors) Vintage 60's Fender Showman head on top of vintage 60's Bassman cabinet (2-12" Canis Majors) Fender Custom Shop Tone Master head and matching cabinet (2-12" Canis Majors) Fender Custom Shop Vibro King cabinet (2-12" Canis Majors) Marshall 1960TV cabinet with 100-watt Plexi head (4-12" Canis Majors) Marshall AVT 412 with 50-watt Plexi Head (4-12" Canis Majors) Marshall 1962 Bluesbreaker with two EJ1250's Visit Gary Morse website