Dylan Morrison
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Dylan Morrison

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His name alone screams - or sings emotivly - folk musician.

Dylan Morrison just happens to be one drawing inspirations from classics like Bob Dylan and Neil Young while boasting an original sound.

Morrison has been apart North Central Washington's solo music cercuit for the past two years. Morrison strums his way through the valley at wineries, coffee houses, and outdoor stages to spread his brand of alternative folk. He sat down with us to answer a few questions..... - Wenatchee World


West Toward the Ocean (2006) - ////Records
Sitting In Empty Houses (2006) - Chapel St. Records



Dylan Morrison has been hailed a breath of fresh air in the folk music community. With his original “indie folk” style Morrison has gained the respect of folk and alternative musicians alike. By blending beautiful folk harmonies with painfully honest lyrics Morrison has the ability to captivate any audience and command any stage.

Morrison got his start playing local wineries and cafes in the Wenatchee Valley several years ago. After developing a following in the area, Morrison took to the studio in the fall of 2006 where he recorded West Toward the Ocean on the ////Records Label. A well received effort, Morrison began to play more venues around the state spreading his words and music. Shortly after West Toward the Ocean in the spring of 2007 Morrison began work on his second full length EP, this time with producer Eric Frank. Morrison completed his second album Sitting in Empty Houses and continued to perform at wineries, concert halls, coffee houses and outdoor festivals.

Morrison has since moved to Seattle where he has begun working on new material. He is continuing to develop a following of fans and draws a crowd from older folk fans as well as younger alternative rock fans. Morrison has had no trouble opening for metal bands or folk musicians do to the fact that his genre reaches such a broad group of people. His influences range from Bob Dylan to Modest Mouse.