Just in time for TBT, here is Morissa on the news in 2009-2010 appearing on News 12 NJ, Teen Kids News on Fox, and at the Johnny Maestro concert never before released online.
Check out today’s Home News Tribune newspaper for a great article about the Middlesex County Fair where Morissa will be performing Monday, August 3.
From the article: “As she has for the past nine years, acclaimed author/singer-songwriter Morissa Schwartz of Woodbridge will open the fair by singing the national anthem. This is one of the first places Schwartz ever performed, and it remains one of her favorite places.”
Read the full story here.
Morissa will be singing at one of her favorite places: the Middlesex County Fair on August 3. This is one of the first places Morissa ever performed, and she has been opening the fair with the National Anthem for the past nine years.
Get the details here: Middlesex County Fair.
*If you like these facts, be sure to check out Morissa’s upcoming book Notes Never Sent, which will be published by VIP Ink Publishing very soon, so stay tuned for the official release date.
1. Her Guinness World Record is Glow-in-the-Dark
You probably already knew that Morissa broke the Guinness World Record for creating the World’s Longest Chain of Bracelets, but did you know that the chain is glow-in-the dark? That’s right! Morissa used glow-in-the-dark beads on many of the bracelets, so even when the lights are turned out, you can still see the 1,000 foot long chain!
2. She’s a Mommy’s Girl
Morissa may have had her first national article published when she was 12, but her first article ever published was in her town’s local paper when she was 10. Morissa wrote about her mother for Mother’s day…which reminds us of the one that was recently published on Cambio.
3. Her competitive spirit started young
You may know that Morissa wrote the “the book on contests,” but do you know where her love for contests came from? It started with her very first pageant when she was just a year old. It was a local Easter pageant and Morissa’s Sunday best won her the top prize. Just two years later, she entered her first national dance competition in Atlantic City and won first place.
You may know Morissa as a singer, but as the previous fact hinted, Morissa was a dancer first. She danced competitively for ten years. The singing only came about after an illness forced her to sing for the talent portion of a pageant instead of dancing, and the rest is history.
5. She is a precrastinator
Morissa is an admitted precrastinator. That is…she is the opposite of a procrastinator and likes to get her work done early. She wrote about her vice for Zooey Deschanel’s popular website Hello Giggles.
Keep up with Morissa on Twitter at https://twitter.com/feefeertr.
See a quick clip of Morissa’s latest cover here:
Check out Morissa’s fun cover of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” here:
Be sure to check out Morissa’s MTV Artist Page for more about her music, updates, and her latest songs.