Cowboys & Indians Magazine November 2023
Montana Public Radio Musician's Spotlight November 2023
"Guitarist and singer songwriter Cary Morin makes his first appearance on Musician's Spotlight, bringing his Roots-infused Native Americana…" -John Floridis, Montana Public Radio listen and read more here…
Boulder Weekly July 2023
"Big Sky Son"
"...Innocent Allies, his ninth record — ...Morin’s guitar playing is famously gorgeous, soulful and intricate, matched with a depth of songwriting that takes listeners on an easygoing, poignant and affecting road trip through the Montana of Charlie Russell’s time..." Adam Perry, Boulder Weekly, July 2023
KC Studio Magazine January 2023
"A Colorado Musician Sings of Rivers and Art"
“...Morin has turned a lifelong fascination with the Western artist Charles M. Russell into a suite of songs…” Morin recently spent time in the Alabama studio of Grammy-winning producer Trina Shoemaker, who mixed the 13 or so songs.
“Cary has created a body of work that goes far beyond what he set out to achieve,” Shoemaker told me by email. “I wasn’t aware of Charlie Russell’s work when Cary approached me about mixing this record. Through the songs, I was able to visualize these unseen paintings with uncanny clarity and feel the powerful emotions that would surely be inspired were I to see Mr. Russell’s paintings firsthand.”
Shoemaker was impressed by Morin’s intelligence, humility and humor, and added, “I think this record is a masterpiece worthy of its place among the great works of art it was created to honor..." - Steve Paul, KC Studio Magazine, January 3rd, 2023 Read more here...
Cary Morin Nominated for the Colorado Spirit Award!
The Colorado Spirit Award recognizes Colorado artists and institutions that are uniquely part of the fabric of our extraordinary state.
Montana native Cary Morin has been in Colorado since just after high school, and he’s become an essential, integral, and unique part of its musical and cultural landscape, blending indigenous wisdom and spirit with folk, blues, and authentically Western Americana. He’s performed at just about every venue in the state and is preparing to release his ninth album, Innocent Allies, this fall. The Fort Collins icon, who is a Crow tribal member with Assiniboine Sioux and Black heritage, sets an example for young Front Range musicians that the road is as important as the studio and the land is just as important, and has as much to say, as the people on it. Read more here...