Colonel Robert Morris
Member of the Rockabilly and Traditional Country Hall of Fame
Robert is also included in the 2008 & 2009 Marquis Who's Who In America. Following a career that has spanned over 30 years, Colonel Robert was blessed to have co-written three songs with Grand Ole Opry Star & Songwriter's Hall Of Fame Inductee, Charlie Louvin.
CRM: The Early Years
Born in Memphis, Colonel Robert's professional career started in the back room juke joints of Memphis.
Then the 70's found Colonel Robert touring with Charlie Feathers and other legends. Robert was helping to create a country sound that was gritty and real. Johnny Paycheck, Waylon and Outlaw Country was hot, while George Jones and Mel Street was teaching the world how to cheat, one song at a time. But Robert's music and life was not through changing yet. During this time Robert was asked to lend his talent to the Southern Rock movement. The Colonel found his Southern roots in the music, and loved the lifestyle.
Now it's 2013
Charlie Louvin passed on to Colonel Robert, one of Charlie's personal guitars. Both legends agreed that there is a spirit that lives on in a songwriter's guitar, and they want Charlie's spirit to be in the songs Robert writes with this guitar.
Colonel Robert is now writing the first in a three book series titled "The Blue Lighthouse Mysteries" with "Murder At Butterfly Cove." There will also be a music CD of songs about life on the sea, lighthouses, lost loves and other stories from the book.