A Farewell to Arms
A Farewell to Arms
The decision was due to the growing concern that the name A Farewell to Arms was too confusing for listeners and didn't quite fit the sound that Corey had developed. In August 2005 Corey released an 11-track acoustic full-length album that included some re-recorded songs from "Certain Starlights" as well as some brand new material. The album was called "Learning to Let Go - Home Recordings" and was the most successful release to date thanks to MTV airing various songs from the album on their reality show The Real World. In September 2005 Corey married his high school sweetheart Laney Harris. They decided to relocate to Greenville, South Carolina where Laney had attended Furman University. This was a big challenge for Corey because he would be building a new home base.
After acquiring some new musicians to spice up the live show Corey began writing new material for an EP release in 2006. The album would be called "Starting All Over," which seemed to be a fitting title seeing as Corey's life had taken a totally new path. Corey and the guys went into the studio with drummer John Taylor in Lawrenceville, Georgia, and after 3 months of work, "Starting All Over" was released. Corey and the band spent much of 2006 touring nationally and promoting the new album. After a year on the road, Corey is currently spending time writing and recording demos in preparation for his fourth release due out later this year.
"I feel that this will be my most musically and lyrically mature album to date," Corey says of the new album. "I am constantly changing both musically and in my personal life and it's nice to have my music reflect those life changes." Focusing on his southern roots Corey plans on bringing new musical elements into this album. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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