Thanks to the immediate sell-out of his first show, the lovely and talented Cory Tetford takes time off the road with Alan Doyle to showcase his own stellar songwriting chops with a second gig at The Carleton on Sunday, September 18th. The good times will commence at 7 PM and tickets – while they last – are $35 + HST.
Performing since the age of 3, Cory Tetford has lived a life of music. Born into a musical family, he toured his home province of Newfoundland and Labrador with his 2 brothers and father performing gospel music.
As a side man, Cory toured Canada and the USA with Damhnait Doyle, as well, played with “The Man Of A Thousand Songs,” Ron Hynes. Recently, Cory has been touring with Alan Doyle of Great Big Sea in support of Alan’s debut solo album Boy on Bridge, and is currently on the road in support of Alan’s second record So Let’s Go.
Cory released a solo record in 1999 that garnered him the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council Emerging Artist award and the 2000 MIANL Male Artist of the Year Award.
In 2000, Cory formed the Warner recording act Crush with fellow Newfoundlander Paul Lamb. The band toured Canada, and released 2 records. The band was nominated for a Juno and won 8 ECMAs.
Cory’s much anticipated second solo record, In the Morning, was released November 24th, 2016, and he also released an EP Road Songs on December 23, 2020. Cory will be touring these records in and around tours with Alan Doyle and the Beautiful Beautiful Band.
Cory also works out of his studio engineering, producing, mixing and mastering records, as well as working in the post-production world of TV and film as a re-recording mixer, Foley artist, and composer.