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Hailing from Dayton, Ohio, Knox Morris has dreamed of creating music since he picked up a guitar his freshman year of college. After falling in love with music, Knox made the decision to drop out of college and move to Nashville.
Since moving, Knox has landed outside cuts with artists such as John Harvie, Zach Seabaugh, Lanie Gardner, Games We Play, Bilmuri, Linsey Urrea, Arrows in Action, etc. Knox’s musical influences range from artists such as Ed Sheeran, Fall Out Boy, Jeremy Zucker, and Blackbear.
In summer of 2022, Knox signed his first publishing deal with River House Artists. Directly after signing that deal, Knox released his viral hit single “Sneakers,” which has streamed over 33.9 million times on Spotify alone. Towards the end of 2022, Knox caught the eye of Atlantic Records, who then signed him to a record deal. Knox’s most recent EP I’m So Good At Being Alone?, including his current radio single, “Not The 1975,” can be found anywhere you listen to music.
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