Corey Smith Tour Schedule
Since 2003 when he first burst onto the country music scene there have been few bigger
country music stars than Corey Smith. Songs like Twenty One off of his first album propelled Smith into the spotlight and
continue to be staples of his live shows. As he continues to record new albums, release hit singles, and tour constantly,
Corey Smith is only cementing his place as a bona fide country music superstar. If you have yet to catch a Corey Smith performance,
there is no time like the present as he appears to be in peak form each time he takes the stage on his current tour. This
is one country superstar you will not want to miss when he comes to your town.
Corey Smith has a slew of dates lined
up for December and January, including stops at Deluxe at Old National Centre in Indianapolis, House of Blues Chicago, Irving
Plaza in New York City, Paradise Rock Club in Boston, Theatre of Living Arts in Philadelphia, the Filmore in Silver Spring,
Maryland as well as the Filmore in Charlotte, North Carolina. He will also have a string of concerts at House of Blues clubs
in various cities including Orlando, Myrtle Beach New Orleans, Dallas, and Houston, before finishing up the tour at the Orange
Peel in Asheville, North Carolina.
About the Artist
While attending the University of Georgia, Corey began
playing his own country songs for friends of his at parties and they quickly came to appreciate the talent on display. It
was not until a few years after graduating with a degree in Social Studies that Corey Smith decided, at the age of 28, to
pursue a music career full time. He released his first album Undertones, which contained the hit Twenty One, in 2003 and followed
it the following year with his second album, In the Mood. Keeping the yearly album tradition alive, Corey Smith released his
third album The Good Life in 2004. To date he has put out seven albums: Undertones, In the Mood, The Good Life, Hard-Headed
Fool, Keeping up with the Joneses, The Broken record, and 2012's Live in Chattanooga. He continues his rise to the top of
the heap in the country world, constantly touring and writing new songs, perfecting the songs on the road before he heads
into the studio to record them. Corey Smith prefers to debut his songs live and let his fans get a sense of how he feels they
are meant to sound and then go into the studio to try to recapture the live sound.
Corey Smith's full length debut, Undertones, scored big with the hit Twenty One he was well on his way to becoming a household
name in the country music world. The success of the album led to Corey Smith having the ability release his subsequent albums
on his own label Undertone which was named in honor of his first release. After all of this success, by the time Corey Smith's
sixth album, The Broken Record to have a debut at number 17 on the Billboard Country Chart.
it has been months, or even years, that you have been hoping and waiting to finally have the chance to see Corey Smith performing
live. Maybe you have just recently discovered his considerable talent and are eager to see him for the very first time. Either
way, finally you are in the concert hall and the lights go down as the superstar and his supporting band make their way on
stage. They begin playing the opening notes to a song off of any one of his hit recordings, Undertones, In the Mood, The Good
Life, Hard-Headed Fool, Keeping up with the Joneses, or the Broken Record. As the night goes on the crowd is worked into a
frenzy and spends the whole evening singing and dancing along. Country music concerts are some of the best and most energetic
in the business and when it's a concert by a legitimate star like Corey Smith the electricity in the air is even more palpable.
This is one act you do not want to miss.
Although Corey Smith played songs for his friends while
attending the University of Georgia, and his friends loved the music, he did not immediately jump into a music career. He
decided to use his college degree in Social Studies and spent time teaching world geography at North Gwinnett High School
in Georgia until he was 28. Corey Smith originally began attending college at Gainesville State College but eventually transferred
to the University of West Georgia so he could be closer to his girlfriend before they both finally ended up at University
of Georgia. He has recorded four music videos to date for his songs Twenty One, Drugs, Maybe Next Year, and 2013's single
Ain't Going out Tonight.