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Tori Morley Launches New EP at the King Eddy Friday April 12 - Event will raise Money for Canadian Mental Health Association



Tori Morley is a local Calgary musician and is set for a live show to showcase The Eyebrow Project, her latest EP release. The release party will feature local band, the Slow Responders and raise money for the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) at the King Eddy (438 9 Ave SE) on April 12, 2024.


Tickets are available online.


The Eyebrow Project is Tori’s second EP and includes tracks about her experiences with ADHD. The music video feature extensive use of AI, showcasing how art and AI can work in harmony.




“Mental health is important to me and my family. Many of my songs touch on my experience with mental health. I am excited to use my music to raise awareness and further the discussion by involving CMHA Calgary,” says Tori Morley. “The more we talk about this openly the easier it is for people who may be suffering to seek help”


CMHA Calgary is committed to making mental health support personal and accessible for everyone. As Mental Health Awareness Month approaches, we're emphasizing the importance of compassion – for others and ourselves. Through our tailored programs and services, we're building a community where everyone feels supported and understood. Let's raise awareness, break down barriers, and create a brighter future for all Calgarians,” says Rick Hammermeister, Interim Executive Director and Director, Finance and Corporate Services.




Tori has performed with the Alberta Honors Youth Wind Orchestra on several occasions, performed with the Lethbridge Brass Band, and is continuing her musical education with Kurt Morgan  Her wide range of musical idols has allowed her to create an eclectic and unique sound while composing. Her first EP reached the top 10 on CJSW. She has been interviewed on the impact of the constant change in the music industry on artists as featured in the lyrics of the title track RageEhLittelBit by CBC.


Tori’s work as a musician advocates for embracing your own creativity which is a belief that she projects into her music. Tori is happiest when she is composing, drawing, reading, hiking, or enjoying live music and theater.


Tori is an active and sought after player in the Calgary Music Scene playing shows with the Tori Morley band at Whatfest, Palomino, Rockin4dollars at Modern Love, the Unicorn Pub, Cosmic Creatures Studios, Congress Coffee both, Mikey's on 12th with her Tori Morley project, and performances with the Slow Responders and other bands as a session musician.


Her live act features a super high energy performance that is engaging for both audiences who are looking for a great night out to rock out to alt-rock and punk/prog style tunes!



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