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Megan Moroney Shares Intimate Performance at Nashville's Graduate Hotel

February 29, 2024 9:55 pm GMT

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It was a girl’s night in Music City on Wednesday (February 28), as Megan Moroney took over Midtown with a one-of-a-kind sunset performance to kick off this year’s Country Radio Seminar (CRS).

After a day filled with stellar performances and panels at the Omni Hotel, the 'No Caller ID' singer made her way to the White Limozeen – the pretty in pink restaurant located atop Nashville's Graduate Hotel – to host Sony Music Nashville’s annual GNO event.

It's safe to say that she did not disappoint.

Upon entering the Graduate, attendees were escorted to the rooftop where they were able to enjoy some charcuterie spreads, as well as a couple of Moroney-themed cocktails: Emo Cowgirl, Bless Your Heart, Lucky Lime, I’m Not Pretty and Tennessee Orange.

Attendees were also able to take photos in front of an oh-so girly backdrop – complete with a pink vanity identical to the one featured in her 'I’m Not Pretty' cover art – as well as grab a hat courtesy of High Rise Beverage Company with individuals on-site for custom embroideries.

After everyone enjoyed all of the food, drinks and activities that the White Limozeen had to offer, Moroney took the stage – a hot pink, velvet couch – in a pink jumpsuit complete with sequins and feathers to perform some of her biggest hits.

Introduced by Lauren Thomas, Vice President of Promotion and Artist Development at Moroney's label home of Columbia Nashville, Moroney kicked things off by singing her smash hit 'I’m Not Pretty', then slowed things down with an evocative performance of her moving 'Girl in the Mirror' and most recent release, 'No Caller ID'.

To close out her set, the CMT award-winner shared with the crowd, “This next song was my first number one at country radio. Thank you country radio, for making that happen and for being here tonight,” wowing the crowd with a stunning rendition of her breakthrough hit, 'Tennessee Orange'.

Last but certainly not least, Moroney made her way into the crowd, snapping photos with all attendees before they grabbed a gift bag – filled with Alani Nu and High Rise Beverage Company swag, packaged in a tote themed after her debut album, Lucky.

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Written by Melanie Rooten
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