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Seether Singer Shaun Morgan Just Got Married

Seether singer Shaun Morgan has cause to celebrate because the post-grunge rocker just got married to his longtime girlfriend Jordan Kirby. The news was revealed in a Facebook post by Kirby, who shared some smiling photos from their big day. "Thank you to everyone that made this day so special to us! Presenting The Welgemoeds!," she wrote in the post's caption, referring to Morgan's given last name.
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SEETHER's SHAUN MORGAN Marries Longtime Girlfriend

Frontman Shaun Morgan (real name: Shaun Welgemoed) married his longtime girlfriend Jordan Kirby over the weekend. On Monday (May 3), Kirby took to her social media to share photos of the ceremony, which apparently took place near the family's hometown of Nashville, Tennessee, and she included the following message: "Thank you to everyone that made this day so special to us! Presenting The Welgemoeds!"
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Seether’s Shaun Morgan Just Got Married

Congrats are in order for frontman Shaun Morgan who wed his longtime girlfriend Jordan Kirby over the weekend. Kirby revealed the news on her social media posting photos from the joyous day along with a photo of the couple posing with their daughter at the wedding. "Thank you to everyone...
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SEETHER's SHAUN MORGAN: 'I Allowed Myself To Completely Give Up On A Lot Of Things Last Year'

Frontman Shaun Morgan was recently interviewed by Andy Hall of the Des Moines, Iowa radio station Lazer 103.3. You can now listen to the chat below. Speaking about how he has been dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, Shaun said: "I allowed myself to completely give up on a lot of things last year and kind of spent most of it nursing myself — I [got through] it with vodka, to be honest. But I realized that 10 months of a year being like that and constantly feeling terrible and not really doing anything about it and not trying to find ways to find some kind of happiness or drive or passion, so I just said, 'Enough is enough.' And it took me about a week or two of this year to really come around and get to it. I had to sort of bottom out and figure things out, and it's been since about the second week of January now that I've made a bunch of changes, and I'm hopefully headed in the right direction. It's both optimism and also — maybe not so much in equal parts — but it's also that 'I'm over it' sense of… I cannot do that anymore. I just won't allow myself to feel that way anymore."