This Week’s Show

August 3, 2015 – Cary Morin

Acoustic guitar player, singer, and songwriter Cary Morin is known around the world for his unique talent and Native Americana blues-style finger picking. Born in Billings, Montana, he grew up a member of the Crow tribe, playing guitar standards at local get-togethers. Since forming the band The Atoll in 1989, his music has traveled through world groove, reggae, jazz, and acoustic blues influences. This week he shares his third solo album release Tiny Town with us.

Artist (Song) Album

Simon Lynge (For Love) The Absence Of Fear

Samantha Crain (Outside the Pale) Under Branch & Thorn & Tree

Eastmain Community (I Believe) N’we Jinan Eeyou Istchee

A Tribe Called Red (Sisters feat. Northern Voice) Nation ll Nation

Pura Fe (Mohomoneh) Sacred Seed

Cary Morin (Tiny Town) Tiny Town

Cary Morin (Yellow Bird) Tiny Town

Cary Morin (Valley Of The Chiefs) Tiny Town

Raye Zaragoza (Wintertime) Heroine EP

PJ Vegas (Better Dayz ft. Cody Blackbird) Pricelessthefreealbum

Jim Boyd (Fry Bread Line) Going To The Stick Games

Boogey The Beat (Mother Earth)

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