Door Time: 7:30pm | Show Time: 8:30pm
Support: Grace Weber
Admission Type: General Admission (Standing Room Only)
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House of Blues Restaurant & Bar: Head in before your show and receive 15% off your meal when you mention this offer. Some restrictions apply. See server for details. Reservations and menu here.
Pass the Line: Grab some grub or gear before select shows and you could Pass the Line! Ask a box office, Restaurant & Bar or a Gear Shop team member to see if this fan favorite is available.
Parking: We offer discount validated parking at Canal Place Shopping Center located at 333 Canal St. Please bring your parking ticket for validation. Advance parking available here.
Additional Show Information: This is an 18+ event. All support acts are subject to change without notice. ID required for entry. No refunds unless show cancelled/rescheduled.
Artist Info: PJ Morton has announced his performance at the House of Blues New Orleans on with special guest Grace Weber in support of his new album Gumbo. The son of fellow recording artist Bishop Paul S. Morton, PJ Morton is a versatile musician, songwriter, and producer who has been involved in contemporary gospel, contemporary rock, and R&B recordings since the early 2000s. Morton's 2010 album, Walk Alone, featured his own version of the song, and he and his father performed the GMA Dove winner for the live release Bishop Morton Celebrates 25 Years of Music. The same year, PJ joined Maroon 5 as a performing keyboardist and background vocalist. The work didn't slow his solo career; he signed to Young Money and released the album New Orleans -- featuring guest appearances from Stevie Wonder, Busta Rhymes, and Maroon 5's Adam Levine -- in May 2013. The album's single, "Only One," earned him a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Song. In 2017, Morton returned with his fifth solo album, Gumbo, which included appearances by Pell, BJ the Chicago Kid, and the Hamiltones. Also included on the album was a cover of the Bee Gees' "How Deep Is Your Love."