help support the Young center for immigrant rights
All proceeds from Cory’s new single, Lost Little Children, goes to help ensure the safety and best interests of unaccompanied immigrant children. We will donate 100% of profits from the sales of this single to the Young Center For Immigrant Rights. Buy it on your favorite digital music store now!
Written by - Linda Hill Williams, Robin Williams, Timothy Page O’Brien
Cory Jeter - Guitar/Vocals
David Mowell - Mandolin
Josh Meade - Banjo
Owen Schinkel - Dobro
Tyler Griffith - Bass/Vocals
support cory on patreon
To go along with the album project, we have just created a Patreon page. For those of y'all that are unfamiliar, this is a page where I will be uploading content that I wont be releasing to the public and some that will be available early. This includes videos of new songs, live shows and jams. This is also where you will be able to access tracks from the album, as we get them finished, and long before the public!
Becoming a member of the Patreon Crew not only will give you access to all of this, but it will drastically help me continue to produce content and record new material! So, check out my Patreon page!
Thank you all so much for keeping up with what I have going on and supporting me in these endeavors!
Johnson City-based acoustic musician Cory Jeter commands the stage wherever he is, whether he’s leading his own band or working as a hired gun for any number of country, bluegrass and roots music acts throughout the Southeast and the mid-Atlantic.
Raised in Iowa before moving to Johnson City as a student at the world-renowned traditional music program at East Tennessee State University, Jeter has been making a name for himself with a powerful, soulful singing style, perfectly complemented by crisp, articulate guitar playing that’s equal parts fingerboard acrobatics and understated melodic bliss.
Drawing equally from a tradition of polished, innovative musicianship — à la Nashville Bluegrass Band — and the down-home, roots-driven folk mastery of the late Doc Watson, Jeter walks the line between tradition and innovation like few musicians can.