McMorris plays lead guitar, rhythm guitar, upright bass, electric bass, and keyboards and is a drum programmer. She is also a musician, arranger, vocalist, composer, chart writer & lyricist. Bands that she has been a member of include 7th House, Gutsbucket & Funk, Poverty's Movement, and The Persuaders.
Lady Mac has toured the world and/or performed with a variety of popular music artists including rapper Coolio, jazz organist Jimmy Smith and B.B. King. Preston Love called McMorris, "one of the finest all-around guitarist to ever come from Omaha". McMorris was inducted into the Omaha Black Music Hall of Fame in 2005.
Lady Mac has recorded on Atma Records, releasing LadyMac: One As a Performing Artist. McMorris alternates between performing as a headliner with her own group, LadyMac & the MacAttack, and appearing as a headliner in jazz, blues and old-school festivals across the United States. McMorris has headlined the Omaha Jazz and Blues Festival.
McMorris has performed in the theatre and theatrical shows. Her performances include costarring in An Evening with Four Ladies of Music with Linda Hopkins and Through Verse & Imagination, directed by Sir Preston Webster at the Jazz Bakery. She has also appeared on television, internationally, nationally, regionally, and locally, with credits on China Beach, Picket Fences, Entertainment Tonight, and Eye On LA, among other shows.
An artist from infancy, McMorris is an award-winning painter & sculptor. McMorris is also a poet and teacher, and has written a variety of works including Passages of the Transcendental Ant, an anthology of poetic works; a children's book called, The Littlest, Biggest Christmas and an art-comic magazine called Zionaya of God.
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