Biography of Jean Morrison: Age, Career & Net Worth

Jean Morrison Biography, Profile, Age, Career & Net Worth

Jean Morrison (born 22 April 1984) is a South African alternative rock singer-songwriter and musician. He released an EP in 2008 (F.A.W.E.) which was produced by Video Killed The Radio Star guitarist and Squeal frontman, David Birch.

His music has been compared to Radiohead, Jeff Buckley and Muse and he has supported South African acts such as Stealing Love Jones, Josie Field, Farryl Purkiss and Squeal. He toured South Africa nationally with Steve Murray from Stealing Love Jones.

Jean Morrison Age

He was born on 22 April 1984 in Durban, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. Morrison is 37 years old as of 2021.

Jean Morrison Career

On August 19, 2008, Morrison released his debut EP, F.A.W.E., at the Dockyard Theatre in Durban. The EP was recorded at Tropical Sweat Studios with David Birch. Morrison described the genre on the EP as “neo-acoustic romanticised ballroom rock”. Well received by critics, South African national newspaper, The Citizen, described Morrison as a “considerable writing talent” and F.A.W.E. as having “Convincing Clarity”. “Now & Then” was the first single from the EP and was added to rotation on East Coast Radio. In 2008, Morrison performed at the annual White Mountain Festival.

“Cardboard Skies” was released as a single in 2015. The music video aired on the cable network AXS TV. It debuted at #18 on the ITunes New Rock releases Chart for the USA. “Cardboard Skies” was one of the finalists in the Rock/Alternative category of the 20th Annual USA Songwriting Competition in 2015.

Jean Morrison Net Worth

Morrison has an estimated net worth of $200 000 which he has earned from his career.

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