As one of the top acts in the region, Tris Munsick & the Innocents continue to climb sharing their brand of Western country with audiences near and far. They have broken the mold with their unique blend of traditional and modern country, and fans resonate deeply with the authenticity ever-present in their music. In the words of recording artist Chancey Williams, “Tris Munsick is the real deal. He can write about and represent cowboy culture, because he was born in it and lives it. Tris is an artist that is really finding his voice in the American West.”
Constantly on the road, the band has shared the stage with Big and Rich, Lyle Lovett, Blackhawk, the Eli Young Band, Cody Johnson, Casey Donahew, Marty Stuart, and many more as well as performing at the National Finals Rodeo Opening Ceremonies in Las Vegas, NV. In an era that is continually moving towards digital music platforms, Tris Munsick and the Innocents continue to bring their live sound and feel to audiences throughout the American West.
Thrice-nominated for the Rocky Mountain Country Music awards, the band has recorded three albums to date, with their third release “Washakie Wind” hot off the press. Singles “If Horses Had Wings” and “Palomino” have been well-received, and the album is, up til now, a high point in what is sure to be a long and exciting career for this group.
Hailing from the eastern slope of the Big Horn mountains, Tris Munsick & the Innocents shine a brand-new light on modern cowboy music. Exciting things are in the works and for these boys, the ride has just begun.