GRAMMY™ Nominee Zak Morgan’s wit and charm inspires and tickles the funny bones of children and adults alike.
Cross Dr. Seuss with Shel Silverstein, toss in a smidgen of a grade school educator, a G-rated stand-up comic and a folk musician, and you’ll arrive at Zak Morgan, children’s artist. The nationally sought after entertainer performs hundreds of concerts each year at auditoriums, festivals, and theatres.
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Happy Birthday Fiona!
Zak with orchestrators Tim and Loiuse Bergen’s talk about Fiona with Bob Herzog
READ: Local 12 News – Zak Morgan, Zoo and Cincinnati Pops – Fiona
Chicago Parent ~ Morgan raises the bar for active listening with his wonderful wordplay and positive messages.
Paste Magazine ~ A wonderful children’s CD, richly endowed with clever wordplay and vivid detail.
KLIATT, Starred Review ~ A possible successor to Shel Silverstein…these songs/poems will delight and inspire any listener.
School Library Journal, Starred Review ~ Will be appreciated by children and the adults who work with them.
Publishers Weekly, Starred Review ~ His sophisticated story-songs contain a good amount of wordplay that adult listeners will particularly appreciate.
Bass Frontier Magazine ~ I even found myself, at multiple times, literally laughing out loud at the lyrics.
Just Plain Folks ~ Morgan’s brilliant and witty songs will challenge and fascinate kids of all ages.
Detroit Free Press ~ Refreshing, varied and – doggone-it – vocabulary-building songs.
LA Times ~ Uplifting, kid-honoring songs.
CityBeat ~ The musician’s lyrics are innocent and sophisticated, all in the same universe.
The Cincinnati Enquirer ~ Morgan sounds a bit like singer Cat Stevens, and his storytelling is an inspired cross between Dr. Seuss-style word games and the sly, edginess of Shel Silverstein. In short, it’s children’s music that adults can love.
Shakefire.com ~ “One part musical genius and another part fantastic storytelling.”