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Black Canyon / Press

“Jake Morisse's rural upbringing shows that country music is still cool and just because you're southern doesn't mean you are a hick”

““Black Canyon’s Crossroads for the Restless” has the Enid folk band playing the seven songs from its Civil War concept album, each in a different location in the group’s hometown relevant to the subject matter at hand (even filming in the presumed resting place of Abraham Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth). ”

“Take a local band from Enid and a guy who likes to shoot videos of local bands. Give them 24 hours and they produced a film set in the civil war.”

“Enid folk band Black Canyon crafted a concept album following two lovers who are torn apart by the Civil War. Told through seven songs performed in seven locations, this concert documentary details the hardships of war and the power of love. The film climaxes in its final act when the band visits the final resting place of David E. George in an Enid furniture store.”

“Jake Morisse of Enid drove to Norman for the weekend both to enjoy the festival as a fan as well as to perform during it with his band, Black Canyon. According to Morisse, the festival and the local music scene offers something special. ”

“Southern fun is at the heart of what Jordan Herrera and Jake Morisse are doing with their upstart indie-roots band Black Canyon, and in just a brief time, they’ve made huge strides in bringing that back into the heart of other Oklahomans. ”