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Cory Jackson - Fri and Sat - April 26 & 27

April 26, 2024 until April 27, 2024

Bridging the gap between today's modern country music and the classic country sounds of the past, Arkansas-born Cory Jackson is an independent singer, songwriter, and entertainer who showcases contemporary compositions with a story-telling performance.
Born in Jonesboro, Arkansas in 1995, Cory’s life has been spent in a small, rural farming community, which he often alludes to in his music. Gifted with a guitar from his grandpa, Cory began to explore music at age 16, which fostered his dream of performing on a big stage as a career. 

His set list contains a wide range of artists, including George Strait, John Michael Montgomery, Dierks Bentley, Alan Jackson, Jon Pardi, Tim McGraw, John Anderson, Blake Shelton, Garth Brooks, Glen Campbell, Don Henley, and more. His song selections and performances always leave each member of the audience reminiscing on the country classics, while also being introduced to new country music that Cory is currently bringing to the industry.

He further solidified his music path and fandom in 2018, when he received the Arkansas Country Music Association (ACMA) “Country Artist of the Year” award. Cory is most famous for his national debut on Season 17 of NBC’s The Voice, where his 3-chair turn performance allowed him to work and learn under Blake Shelton. Just last year Cory’s music video for "Put Some Country in Your Country" won “Video of the Year” at the Arkansas CMAs. Returning in 2023, Cory’s single “Your Love” received a Top 5 nomination for “Song of the Year”. His latest single “When The Needle Drops” continues to bridge the gap by taking you back to the traditional and classic sounds of the past.

Doors open 6pm

Band 8:30pm

$10 cover