In the final minutes before Corey Cox takes to the stage, no matter the venue or size of the crowd, his routine is the same. A few fist pounds with his band, a hug from Mom, and a short chat with his Dad. It happens fast, but it happens. It is a routine that the twenty-two year old has gone through multiple times throughout the past three years.

Over the course of those three years, Cox has gone from playing to a crowd of six in his family room, to signing a publishing contract with Nashville's Better Angels Music, to performing the National Anthem in front of 60,000 fans at an Indianapolis Colts game, a packed Conseco Coliseum at an Indiana Pacers/Miami Heat game, and in concert with dozens of national touring acts.

In the small Indiana town of Markleville, IN, a historic community with a population near 400, Cox learned the benefits of family, friends, hard work, playing sports -- and listening to country music.

“I think growing up listening to country music is what drove me to actually sing country once I started playing," Cox says. “I know the hometown, reallife stories you experience growing up in a small community are definitely reflected in my music."

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Corey Cox with Jessie Brown

Friday, April 26 · Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM at The Vogue