Grammy nominated songwriter Zak Morgan's unique brand of children's music inspires and tickles the funny bones of children and adults alike. His live performances are always filled with laughter and warmth as he encourages children to read, imagine and believe in themselves. Cincinnati Magazine said of Morgan, "He's got Shel Silverstein's wit, Cat Stevens's sound, Jimmy Buffett's crowd appeal."
After earning a B.A. in English from Kenyon College, Zak Morgan worked at Paradise Guest Ranch in the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming. By day he entertained children, and at night he performed for family audiences. There, the seeds of his career as a children's performer were planted. In 1995 Morgan moved to New York City to work for Recorded Books, Inc., a leading publisher of audiobooks. Within four years he had risen to the position of Director of Rights Acquisitions and had immersed himself in the rich offerings of children's literature.
Morgan has released three critically acclaimed records and one DVD for children, and was nominated for a Grammy in 2003 – a rare feat for an independent artist. Morgan currently resides in Cincinnati, OH and is working on his fourth record.