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“Stone Cottage Studios had the honor of having Christopher Morse perform as part of our outdoor Artist Series this September. The fans absolutely loved him. With his songwriting, vocals and command of the guitar there is no slowing him down! Check out Christopher's new album 'Covering Old Scars' and definitely catch a show when you can— this musician and artist is going far.” - Jamie, Stone Cottage Studios
“...Covering Old Scars takes listeners on an emotional journey toward finding closure when all hope seems lost.”
“Sonically weaving between country, folk, and pop – Covering Old Scars is a relatable snapshot of what many listeners find themselves struggling with in the day-to-day. It’s an honest discourse on anxiety, heartbreak, and relational musings, ultimately seeking closure amidst it all.”
After a long run of shows across Colorado’s front range in 2021 and 2022, Christopher Morse released his latest EP, Covering Old Scars, in February of 2023. Blending elements of folk, country, and mellow indie/pop, Christopher Morse’s music has evolved into a rich soundscape that listeners can really sink their teeth into.
At the young age of 10, Morse became a literal choir boy after auditioning for the American Boychoir School (ABS). With ABS, he toured the country, sang with the New York Philharmonic, and performed at Carnegie Hall - all while taking classes on the tour bus. While on the road, he saw Colorado for the first time, but never expected to make the move out West.
After the boychoir, Morse discovered John Mayer’s Room For Squares, which led to him picking up a guitar for the first time. Before long he was writing songs to share with friends and family and started playing in local coffee shops. He gradually expanded his reach to playing in larger venues from Washington DC to New York City. During that time, Morse graced the stages of many legendary venues including The Tin Angel in Philadelphia and Rockwood Music Hall in NYC. Since moving to Colorado, Christopher has made his Nashville debut at the legendary Music Row Freak Show writers rounds and has played stages across Colorado, including Roots Music Project, The Lodge at Woods Boss, and the Boulder Theater.