Corey Smith Brings Country Music To Riverbend

Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Corey Smith
Corey Smith
- photo by Hodges Usry

After spending a few weeks on the road with Darius Rucker’s True Believers Tour, Corey Smith is bringing his country hits to Chattanooga on June 13 for the Riverbend Festival. 

“I love being on stage; it’s certainly what it’s all about," said corey.  "You feel like you’re as big as the whole room because you can hear the audience, you can feel that they’re connecting.”

Review for Corey Smith:

With an ever-expanding fan-base and hundreds of sold-out performances to date, Corey Smith is making his mark on the country music scene. The rising singer-songwriter has logged more than 1,000 plus shows, sold over 1 million tickets and brought Zac Brown Band, Brantley Gilbert and Florida Georgia Line along for the ride as openers. Amassing acclaim as an independent artist, Smith has sold over 1.8 million digital singles and 250,000 albums. He has been recognized as one of country music's hottest new artists by Country Weekly and Music Row Magazine and featured on the cover of Pollstar as a Hotstar Top Artist.

Currently, Smith is in the studio working on his ninth full-length album with renowned producer Keith Stegall (Zac Brown Band/Alan Jackson). 

For more information, visit www.CoreySmith.com.


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