"Even more impressive than Currie's obvious talent as a performer is her genius as a songwriter and lyricist. You will swear, by the end of the night, that a least one of her poetic melodies was written specifically about you." The Tacoma Reporter


Carolyn Currie has a distinctive voice -- one part Dar Williams, one part Alison Krauss and a smidgeon of Nanci Griffith. But there is no mistaking that haunting, soprano sound. You are under her spell from the first note. Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange by Roberta B. Schwartz


"Currie knows how to wring the truth from some of life's small moments . . ." Holly Wady, femme musique.blogspot

Echolocation #2 in the Top 50 Alternative Folk
Album Charts for the week of September 16th, 2014

Echolocation Claims #58 in the Folk Charts for 2014
Old Song Takes #23 in Folk Radio for 2014

Winner 2014 Wildflower Music Festival Songwriting Competition, Richardson, Texas
2nd Place Winner 2014 Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Songwriter Showcase, Lyons, Colorado
"Old Song" charting #1 on WAGS-AM Bishopville, SC

"In Echolocation, Carolyn Currie's voice rises above all the other CD releases of the summer.  In a lovely, sweet and distinctive voice all of her own, she spins stories of the passage of time, where yearning memories lie. . . . In answer to the proverbial question about what music would you take with you on the deserted island in the ocean, I can't think of anyone who would top that list more than the music of Carolyn Currie.  There is always more to discover inside her lyrics and in the haunting, ethereal quality of her voice.  It is so beautiful, you get lost in it in way that you do not want to be found." Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange: Roberta B. Schwart