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About Morgan Jay


Morgan Jay is a performer based out of Los Angeles.  Originally from New Jersey, he started his career in NYC where he attended the Tisch School of the Arts.  Morgan is a skilled stand up comedian and actor who can now be seen serenading audiences with his sultry musical comedy.  He recently  performed at the 2017 SF Sketchfest.  He's also acted on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and MTV! Check out his album on iTunes and his music videos and sketches on youtube!


Performance DateS

  • 3/16 - Sofar Sounds San Francisco
  • 3/18 - 830pm Inner Sanctum Theater @ UCB Sunset
  • 3/23 - EMcee Sofar Sounds (DTLA)
  • 3/27 - Arkansas Tech University
  • 3/31 - Malibu Play House
  • 4/3  - Schreiner University (Texas)
  • 4/4  - University of Houston
  • 4/5  - UT Arlington
  • 4/6  - UNC Greensboro
  • 4/9  - Converse College, SC
  • 4/11 - Guilford College, NC
  • 5/8  - Christopher Newport University, VA



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News, Press, & Updates




"Morgan Jay is the next musical comedy prodigy."

                                        Eden Golan...Music Blogger

“When I listened to Morgan Jay’s last song, it was one of the funniest moments of my life,” show attendee Ben Oved said. “I was laughing so hard it was a painful laughter. I was trying to stop, but I literally couldn’t — my stomach was squeezing inside. It was great!”

Jay, known for his sultry musical comedy, serenaded the audience with his new tune called “Dot Dot Dot,” which he correctly characterizes as “the only song about text fighting you’ll ever need to hear.”     

                                       Barbara Burker...Malibu Surfside News


"This song about Donald Trump's Hands is as hilarious as it is catchy...A musician has composed a song about Donald Trump's Hands - and it's something of a masterpiece.  

                                       Irish Examiner


"I hope you never find happiness so you continue to write these beautiful songs."

                                       One funny audience member

"It was actually pretty good."  

                                       Most people who don't like music comedy





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