Cary Black is a bassist, vocalist, producer, and teacher who lives in
Seattle. Described by Alan Senauke in Sing Out! magazine as
"a musician's musician," Cary is at
home in a wide variety of musical settings; his performance and
recording credits include work with Laurindo Almeida, Ernestine
Anderson, The Boys of the Lough, Bob Brookmeyer, Greg Brown, Petula
Clark, Bob Crosby, Mike Dowling, Nokie Edwards (Ventures), Nick Forster,
Bob Franke, Mary Gauthier, Nina Gerber, David Grier, Richard Harris,
Sylvia Herold, Dan Hicks, Barbara Higbie, Rob Ickes, Ed Johnson, Orville
Johnson, Kathy Kallick, Rebecca Kilgore, The Kingston Trio, Scott Law,
Laurie Lewis, Keith Little, Laura Love, Rose Maddox, Marley's
Ghost, Mike Marshall, Carol McComb, Kathi McDonald, John Miller, Alan
Munde, Mark Murphy, Scott Nygaard, Mollie O'Brien, Kristina
Olsen, Joe Pass, Eddie Pennington, U. Utah Phillips, Vicki Randle,
Johnnie Ray, John Reischman, Del Rey, Riders in the Sky, Peter Rowan,
Charles Sawtelle, Kim Scanlon, Jennifer Scott, Paul Siebel, Cyd Smith,
Kay Starr, Noel Paul Stookey, Eddie "Cleanhead"
Vinson, Linda Waterfall, Peter Wernick, Ernie Watts, Claude "Fiddler"
Williams, Chris Williamson, and Glen Yarbrough.
Cary was an adjunct faculty member in Music at The Evergreen State
College from 1994 to 2000. He has taught at music camps throughout the
West, including the California Bluegrass Association, California Coast
Music Camp, Colorado Roots Music Camp, Centrum, Greater Yellowstone Music
Camp, Bluegrass at the Beach, B.C. Bluegrass Workshop, and Wintergrass