After an incredibly successful world tour in 2017 supporting his band’s most recent epic masterpiece, “The Similitude of a Dream,” Morse is now embarking on a rare, up close and personal SOLO acoustic tour spotlighting some of the music behind his new singer-songwriter album, “Life and Times.” This unique string of intimate performances will reveal even more about the man, his life and music.
“I’ve come through a lot of difficult times and I’m in a fairly content place now,” he says. “You can feel that on some of the songs.” Much of the album was written on tour and has a reflective quality. One special song, “He Died at Home,” was inspired by the tragic news of the death of a friend’s roommate struggling with PTSD, along with a powerful article about a young soldier named William Busbee.
Neal’s songs and stories reach well beyond the borders of a successful progressive rock career, and will give the audience a special opportunity to really get to know the personal side of an artist who has been trotting around the globe for years as a member of multiple award-winning and chart-topping bands, including Transatlantic and Flying Colors.
Don’t miss this rare, unique opportunity to see Morse in a special, interactive setting where you’ll hear a different but equally powerful side of this artist’s musical heart.