Born in the little Southern town of Ponchatoula, Louisiana, Hunter Morse inherited an early interest in music and singing from his PawPaw, Dennis Wayne Morse, who once shared the stage with the likes of Conway Twitty, Jerry Lee Lewis and Mickey Gilley and was recording in the sound booth next to Waylon Jennings when he recorded “Good Hearted Woman”. His PawPaw and the great Merle Haggard have had a big influence in the sound and style of music he performs and he dreams one day to sing on the stage where all the great country legends have performed; The Grand Ole Opry.