Milestones & Performances Of Mention

  • Induction into The Maryland Entertainment Hall of Fame (May 2017)
  • H St. Festival-Washington, D.C. (2017)
  • Silver Spring Blues Festival-Silver Spring, MD. (2017)
  • Federal Hill Blues & Jazz Fest-Baltimore, MD. (2017)
  • Celebrate Frederick Concert Series-Frederick, MD. (2017)
  • Naptown Bar-Bay-Que-Crownsville, MD. (2017)
  • Artscape-Baltimore, MD. (2016)
  • Friday Blues Fix (Top Twenty Blues Albums of 2016)
  • Radio FLASH 97.6 (Top 25 Blues Albums, June 2016)


  • "Reggie Wayne Morris, an artist well-deserving of greater recognition." - Blues Music Magazine
  • "Morris' vocal work is excellent as is his guitar... This guy would be a fantastic addition to any festival lineup and I'm sure he could keep an audience captivated." - Steve Jones (Crossroads Blues Society)
  • "Don't Bring Me Daylight is a fun, funky, freaky album that would make a great addition to your collection." - Professor Johnny P's Juke Joint
  • "Don't Bring Me Daylight has a wonderful old school feel to it, with plenty to offer both fans of contemporary blues and southern soul." - Graham Clarke (Blues Bytes E-Zine)
  • "...Morris has broken out of the shadows with a slice of Southern Soul and Blues called "Don't Bring Me Daylight..." - Roger White (Big City R&B Magazine)
  • "'Don't Bring Me Daylight' pays homeage to the past, with contemporary, witty lyrics that speak to the Blues fan of today." - Blueshammer (


Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter Reggie Wayne Morris plays his Blues with infectious passion, charm and humor and puts "The Show" In Show Business.

Raised on his grandparents farm in Charlottesville, Va. Reggie now based in Baltimore, MD. was reared on Gospel and Blues learning the guitar at an early age from musical family members.

As a contemporary guitarist his Uptempo Rock-Edged Style developed from listening to Jimi Hendrix and B.B. King and fusing their influences with his own unique approach to create his "Boogie Woogie Rhythm & Rockin' Blues" that allowed him to tour Italy, France, Hawaii and the U.S. with an appearance at Carnegie Hall as a "Career Milestone". He has the distinction of being the only artist to perform at the Baltimore Blues Society Festival nine consecutive years having the unique opportunity to be both the Opening and Closing act on one particularly memorable occasion.

His last CD "Don't Bring Me Daylight" paid homage to both the past and present Blues scene with contemporary witty lyrics that spoke to today's Blues fans with all original songs composed by himself and Gerald Robinson.

This project Reached #2 on The Living Blues Radio Chart in Torino Italy in addition to receiving Reviews in Living Blues and Blues Music Magazines, Big City R&B Magazine, Rootstime(Belgium) and ILBlues Magazines(Italy)expanding his Global Appeal with Blues Fans.

Reggie's Premier Appearances at Regional Festivals; The Silver Spring Blues Fest, The H St. Festival, The Federal Hill Blues Fest and Artscape were Energetic and Engaging earning him many new fans and supporters while his 2017 Induction into The Maryland Entertainment Hall Of Fame for his contributions to the history of entertainment in Maryland was another Career Highlight and Milestone.

In 2018 Reggie will be releasing a New CD and continuing to spread his "Boogie Woogie Rhythm & Rockin'Blues" with live performances throughout the Mid-Atlantic and beyond. 


Son of a Blues Fan

Used to Have a Woman

Another Can of Worms

She's Gone