Steven Morris is a graduate of Fordham University and a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Berklee College of Music with a major in songwriting. Current projects include music supervising, arranging and orchestrating Nikki Sixx’s Heroin Diaries (upcoming North American tour), composing and producing the theme music for Let’s Get After It with Chris Cuomo (SiriusXM Satellite Radio), writing music, lyrics, arrangements and orchestrations for the new musical Everyone Comes To Elaine’s (based on the book Everyone Comes To Elaine’s by A. E. Hotchner about the world renowned Upper East Side restaurant Elaine’s). Recording bass tracks for legendary guitarist, arranger and producer, David Spinozza’s Beatles Big Band project. Ongoing collaboration as a recording artist and songwriter with Grammy Award winning producer and engineer Paul Boutin (Morris Brothers). Composing and producing the theme song for The Richie Byrne Comedy Special (Network Pending). Steven has also contributed music, lyrics and orchestrations for the musicals Duck Commander Musical (Las Vegas), White Noise (Chicago, New Orleans), Once Around The Sun (Off Broadway), Rock Star (Off Off Broadway), and What You Will (Philadelphia). His recording artist releases, as one half of the Morris Brothers, include Stand Out, Pop The Trunk and One Less Dream.
He has written for, and with, major label and independent artists, and his songs have been featured on network and cable television. As a bass player he has recorded and performed everywhere and beyond, with numerous artists some of whom are; Stevie Wonder, Sting, Darius Rucker, Natalie Cole, Robin Thicke, Kristen Chenoweth, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Allan Toussaint, Arturo Sandovar, and in the orchestras of numerous Broadway shows (Hairspray, Hot Feet, Baby It’s You, Godspell, Jesus Christ Superstar, It Should Have Been You, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, Bronx Tale, School Of Rock, Waitress, Summer, Bat Out Of Hell). He was nominated for Chicago’s prestigious Jeff Award in the category of Outstanding New Work-Musical or Revue for the Royal George Theater production of White Noise (Whoopi Goldberg Executive Producer), and has also composed sacred music for, and performs with, the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola’s Wallace Hall Choir. For a time, he and his twin brother could be seen as the Mad Cloning Scientists on The Late Show With David Letterman. He is a client of the WME agency, a writer/publisher affiliate at SESAC and a member of Local 802 American Federation of Musicians. He lives in New York City with his wife and their three children.