“Cary Morin is a unique and brilliant guitar player, songwriter and singer, “ says renowned folk musician David Bromberg, extolling the virtues of one of his favourite players. “ It’s hard to pick out what he does best. As a guitar player I have huge respect for Cary’s style and technique on the guitar. If you haven’t heard him yet you should. Try to remember that it’s only one guitar.” Hearing the ease with which he fingerpicks on his lates album, Cradle to the Grave,
It’s hard to believe that he’s only been playing solo for about seven years, and as Bromberg says, “ that it’s all just one person…. “ Dan Forte for Taylor Wood& Steel Magazine, June 2018
"What we have here is something truly magical and moving. As Cary’s lyrical imagery weaves together with his intricate guitar playing, you will surely be swept up in this special experience.” BluesBlast Magazine
Tim Duffy, president of Music Makers Relief Foundation, describes Morin as “a brilliant guitarist, heartfelt songwriter
and soulful singer whose music gives us pause to reflect on life's great rewards.”
Cary Morin has been described as “one of the best acoustic pickers on the scene today,” With deft fingerstyle guitar and vocals that alternately convey melodic elation and gritty world-weariness, Morin crafts an inimitable style often characterized as acoustic Native Americana with qualities of blues, bluegrass, jazz, jam, reggae, and dance. Richard Higgs of Public Radio Tulsa says, "There are performances...that would stand out, variously, among the old-school delta blues pliers, the Greenwich Village folk crowd at the end of the 1950s, the back-to-nature bards of the late '60s, or today's thriving singer/songwriter scene. Morin references all these styles: they're in his vocabulary, but he's no dilettante. His engaging sound is his alone..."