morgan doctor

toronto, ontario Canada

Genres:Ambient Soundscapes, Classical - Modern/Avant-Garde, Electronic - Trip Hop/Downtempo, Electronic - Lounge/Chillout, Jazz - Fusion, Specialty - Soundtrack Alternatives, Specialty - Cinematic, Rock - Experimental/Post-Rock, World - Tribal, World - Other, World - Ethnic Electronica, World - Asian Tibetan Fusion, World - African
Bio: Morgan Doctor moved from her native LA to Toronto in 1999 and has since been a highly sought after session player as well as private drum teacher, having played over a thousand dates all over the US, Canada and Europe with such artists as: Andy Kim (30 million records sold), The Cliks (Warner/Tommyboy), Bob Wiseman (from Blue Rodeo) and The Tea Party. Some artists Morgan has been billed alongside—on tour throughout the U.S. and Canada—include Cyndi Lauper, B-52’s, Tegan and Sara, The Cult, The New York Dolls, Indigo Girls, the Gossip, Dresden Dolls, Debbie Harry, The Stars, Feist and plenty others.

Morgan Doctor has performed and appeared from live National TV (MTV Live, MTV CRIBS, MTV Total Request Live, IFC, CNN, Craig Ferguson, etc) and live radio shows, awards ceremonies, TV and radio commercials, sold out theaters and arenas, music videos, and countless full length Albums. Also performing and winning at MTV LOGO’s "Artist on the Brink" Award for 2008 with The Cliks. She received a Dora nomination for her sound design for Between Us Goddess in 2005 and earned a Juno and Dora nomination with her work with The Toronto Tabla Ensemble in 2001. Morgan’s session drumming has turned up on TV and Film Soundtracks including the CBC Metro Morning, The Lword, and Grey’s Anatomy.

In 2006 Morgan signed with Aporia Records and released two solo albums with them. Her solo work can be heard on TV shows such as WordTravels (OLN/National Geographics Channel), and radio shows such as DNTO,Hear and Now and The Signal (theme song). Upon the immediate release of her 2009 album "Other Life," she made 1 on the Toronto Star’s Anti-Hit List.

Morgan is endorsed by Vic Firth, Yamaha Drums, Evans and Zildjian. She has also appeared in Modern Drummer Magazine. She is a regular contributor to Tom Tom Drum Magazine.
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