The Morning Light

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The Morning Light
Origin Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Genres Pop rock
Years active 2006 – October 2009
Labels Fearless Records
Members Bobby Garver
Matt Colussy
Nick Baxter
Andrew McDonald
Past members Harrison Wargo
Jason Mitsch

The Morning Light was a pop rock band based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The group was signed to Fearless Records.


The Morning Light formed in 2006 after the breakup of local group Transition. Transition's bassist, Harrison Wargo, formed a band with singer Bobby Garver, soon after adding Transition's former guitarist, Matt Colussy.[1] Nick Baxter also joined on drums and Andrew McDonald on bass. The group toured throughout most of 2007 with Wargo and Garver as dual lead vocalists. They released their debut EP, The Sounds of Love in March 2008. Following its release the group toured with All Time Low and appeared at Bamboozle Left.[2] Their self-titled full-length album was released September 23, 2008 and hit #27 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.[3] The album featured upbeat tunes with prominent piano and vocal harmonies,[4] and garnered comparisons to Panic! at the Disco and Steel Train.[5] Wargo left the group in January 2009.[6] Harrison Wargo now is making music solo and just released his first album titled "Speckled".[7] Even though the band promised a new release, they broke up in October 2009. Andy has returned to school at Penn State and Matt went on to work with Maryland-based pop punk band All Time Low, with everybody else possibly moving on to other projects. The band released a final song, "Colors", which would have appeared on the new release, on their Myspace.


  • Bobby Garver - Vocals
  • Matt Colussy - Guitar
  • Nick Baxter - Drums
  • Andrew McDonald - Bass
  • Harrison Wargo - Keyboards, vocals, songwriter
  • Jason Mitsch - Bass guitar, bass



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