News, updates & announcements
Dominique Morgan cast as "Simon" in the series Stuck!
Stuck was originally a feature film called Stuck on Neal. It was accepted into film festivals spanning both of US coasts. We had to cut a lot out of the final film to make it to a more admissible run time for the film festivals. I decided to turn that film into a web series bringing back all the extra goodies that were unfairly left on the cutting room floor. Now we are wanting to continue that story in Season 2 and wow, there are tons of twist and turns in this season. This story is important to me because it deals with themes that are important today including Divorce, Racial struggles, Gender equality, LGBT, Grief, struggles of children growing up in a harsh world and many more. The show can make you laugh and then make you cry. The characters are diverse that people shouldn't find it hard to connect with one or more of them.
One Night ONLY
The debut of Dominique Morgan and The Experience was a complete and total success! Selling out Reverb in his first headlining slot! Great music and fantatsic energy!
Dominique Morgan and The Experience added to the Good living tour 2017
We are stoked to announce that SolFest has partnered with Hear Nebraska for The Good Living Tour! We have an awesome lineup booked of insanely talented Nebraska-grown artists. The day will consist of not only music, but games for all ages, food vendors, a beer garden, and a one-of-a-kind atmosphere at our historic Brickyard Park. This is an experience for all ages!
Doors open at 1:00pm. Music and festivities start at 2:00pm and ends at 8:00pm. This is a free event.
There will be a designated 21+ beer garden. If you plan to partake in this part of the festivities, you must have a valid ID.
For more information and to join the SolFest community visit http://solfesthastings.com/thefestival/
Omaha World Herald feature
It’s hard not to listen to Dominique Morgan.
An R&B singer, educator and volunteer, Morgan is an immediately engaging presence. He speaks with passion about every subject and delights in having conversations about heavy subjects as well as music.
And that helps him in what he considers his primary role: an advocate and a voice for those who don’t have one. - Kevin Coffey Staff Writer Omaha World Herald