Cory Williams | The Outcome

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The Outcome

by Cory Williams

Pick a path and go full force is the concept behind "The Outcome" Acoustic Folk Rock album from a Midwest Singer-Songwriter
Genre: Folk: Jazzy folk
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1. Speak to the Rhythm
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2. I Want More
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3. Tragically You
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4. Innocent Baby
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5. Needle in a Haystack
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6. The Outcome
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7. Need More Time
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8. Busted Lot
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9. Uncontrollable Things
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10. Cold Rain Intro
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11. Framework
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12. No Way No How
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Album Notes
CORY WILLIAMS – A singer songwriter hailing from the Midwest state of Indiana, Cory Williams has always been infatuated with lyrics that made his mind wander. At a young age, he was fascinated with his father’s record collection. Of the extensive musical collection, Cory had a great appreciation for such artists as Neil Young, Bob Dylan, and Bob Marley to name a few. While the styles of the music varied, the lyrics always made Cory do what he does best- envision ideas about what could be and what’s to come.

Cory started toying around with a guitar at the early age of 10, but began to really hone in on his skills when he was 18. He continued listening to the singer-songwriter genre music he first heard as a child, as well as new musical influences such as Radiohead, Dave Matthews Band, Pearl Jam, etc. These bands added musical fuel to his fire, inspiring him to write music and play guitar on another level outside of his basement.Move forward to 2004, after a couple years of playing open mics and getting good response from his peers, Cory started booking solo shows. He joined a band which lead him to realize that the raw, down to earth sound of congas, and acoustic bass would flow well with his acoustic sound. Thus, Red Moon was formed in mid 2005. Playing relentlessly and consistently Red Moon had developed a good following with their powerful, acoustic and percussive sound. This fresh sound helped to pushed the group into the Finals of the Battle of the Bands in Indianapolis in 2006. This became the year Red Moon added another guitarist, and by 2007 a set drummer was added to the mix as well. It was then that the band grew to open up for 15 different national acts, and receive recognition from various promoters and local radio stations.Cory has shared the stage with Sister Hazel, NEEDTOBREATHE, Big Head Todd & The Monsters, Gin Blossoms, TR3 (Tim Reynolds), Shawn Mullins, Carbon Leaf, Jon McGlaughlin, Ingram Hill to name a few.

Curently, Cory is set to release his first solo project titled “The Outcome” which is slated to be released here in early 2013.


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