Notable Nashville is a podcast featuring the best artists in Nashville and beyond. Artists visit our studio in Nashville and play intimate acoustic versions of their songs and tell their stories. In this episode CTC and Keith Herndon (Bass) talk about their experiences and hijinks and play 3 acoustic songs including a song debut of a brand new, perviously un-heard song written by Cory and Peyton Rodeffer of Wilderness Alive.
Amerikanischer könnte es nicht klingen. Cory Taylor Cox stellt sich einfach hin, macht einen auf klassischen Songwriter und klingt dabei auch noch zu 100% wie ein US-Amerikaner. Er hat wahrlich amerikanisches Singer-Songwriter-Tum im Blut und ich habe sofort gespürt, dass er diese Identität mit sich und seiner Musik trägt. Er vermittelt sie aber auch und überträgt sie auf den Zuhörer.
through the process of pressing a vinyl record. By luck of he draw, I met a fellow named Cory Taylor Cox. At that time I had been working with assigned clients long enough to know the novelty of a savvy, organized and kind one. Ever meet anyone who felt like you had already known forever?
the reverb-heavy electric sound of Memphis Kids, this EP is full of heart, skillful musicianship, and personal lyrics. Definitely recommended for an early evening on the patio with a few drinks or lying on the floor with some headphones and staring at the ceiling.
The opening track Memphis Kids is a favorite for me. It’s as if Marc Cohn wrote indie rock today.
I feel like this record is just touching the tip of the iceberg for me to find the voice that I want to use for my music. When I first started playing music... I’ve joked about printing merchandise that says, “Party like you’re 27,” so that’s what we’ll be doing in whatever city we end up in on a Saturday night.
Cory Taylor Cox remembers what it was like trying to start a band in small-town Mississippi, and he’s doing his best to inspire independent artists across the South with his Sons of Old Town collective.