Los Angeles based performer/instrumentalist/songwriter David Morgan has joined Three Dog Night on the road. David has toured and recorded with a variety of artists including George Martin, Ray Charles (who recorded his song, “Now I Don’t Believe That Anymore”), Dolly Parton, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Bruce Hornsby as well as working for many years with TV/film composer Mike Post.At the age of 12, Morgan formed his first band in Hinsdale, IL and, in his late teens and early-20's, spent time touring around the country. He eventually settled in Los Angeles where he toured and recorded with the artists above along with the likes of the Association, Rick Nelson and the Stone Canyon Band, Little Richard, Leonard Cohen and many others.
“David has a super versatile voice that stands out on the bluesy leads as well as warmer lyrical songs,” according to Danny Hutton, the band’s founder, “plus he blends beautifully with the rest of the band on harmonies. He has come in with a lot of grace but no drama or ego and allowed us to get back to a more original three-voice structure on a lot of the hits. Our first show was really well received and we feel very good about upcoming shows.”
Once he started a family, Morgan began working in television and movies to stay closer to home, including being the singer on the TV themes for Who's the Boss and Hardcastle and McCormick.