PJ Morton is planning to come to a city near you with a pot of even more steamy, musical gumbo to warm your soul. As an extension of his "Gumbo" Tour, the singer/songwriter will keep the trek going into the fall months with his “More Gumbo Tour." The 19-date trek will feature special guest Grace Weber and kick off on [Read More]
Following the unplugged performance of his Grammy-nominated album Gumbo, PJ Morton is back to unleash more live sounds, this time for NPR's ‘Tiny Desk’ concert series. With Morton on the Fender Rhodes, he was also accompanied by a 10-piece string section, a percussionist and bass player crammed into the tiny space for a 3-song jam session. Appropriately enough, "Claustrophobic" was [Read More]
PJ Morton unwraps a music video for the official remix of "Religion," which now features rhymes from Gospel rapper Lecrae. In the accompanying music video, shot in New Orleans and directed by Dustbrand Films, PJ sets up shop in an empty house and delivers his thought-provoking lyrics while playing a Wurlitzer electric piano. “Don’t always make the best decisions / Not [Read More]
PJ Morton Drops Two Newbies: ‘First Began’ and ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Alright’ ft. BJ The Chicago Kid & The HamilTones
Like a feel-good, down home Gospel song, "Everything’s Gonna Be Alright" features hand claps, foot-stomps, and soulful, harmonious voices which sing a message of optimism.
Maroon 5 member and R&B artist PJ Morton supports his latest single "Claustrophobic," featuring Pell, by delivering a thought-provoking visual
Vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and Maroon 5 member PJ Morton releases his single "Claustrophobic" featuring NOLA rapper Pell, the first from his upcoming album titled Gumbo.
This sisterly quintet reminds you why you need to never give up...
The singer-songwriter-producer and Maroon 5 keyboardist has been busy behind the scenes but issues the freewheeling record "Claustrophobic" as a way to get something "off his chest".
PJ Morton hooks up with Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine to jam out on âHeavy,â the bluesy track from Mortonâs latest album New Orleans.
No whining for PJ Morton as he looks for reassurance on splitting with his life's leading lady.