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I hope these songs mean something to you. I hope they lift you out of the daily grind of waking up early, working all day, and taking care of the people around you. Most of all, I hope we can start a conversation. Listen to the songs and tell me what you think. I can’t wait to hear about your life, what you’re going through, and what you’re learning as you go. – Cory  Edwards  Read More

A house concert with Cory Edwards is such a fun and fresh way to get your friends together. Cory’s songs are relatable, moving and sometimes hilarious. We all had such a great time.

Hollie Schlueter, Recording Artist and Worship Leader

Well-crafted lyrics, and a gift for storytelling with very memorable melodies. . . Musically, especially on piano, he is second to none. Danny Liston, recording artist and member of Mama's Pride

Thanks Cory. Your house concert was so much fun. Our friends and family raved about your music presented in such a unique way. Jim L.

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I was a giant choir nerd

I’m eleven years old. The sun has set, it’s cold outside, and I’m in my elementary school music classroom. Like the other boys in my grade, I’m grabbing a red bow tie and cummerbund from a plastic bag. Unlike the other boys in my grade, I know how to put them on. I...

My Old Friend Anne

I first meet Anne at my elementary school book fair. I’m eleven. She’s twelve. She’s wearing a blue shift dress over a filthy white shirt. Her red hair is in two long braids, and a wide-brimmed straw hat is perched on the back of her head. She holds a large, ratty...

I Stole This Baseball

We vacationed recently in northern Michigan. On our way home, instead of staying a night in Chicago like we had planned, we decided to stop in my “home town” of South Bend, Indiana. I lived in South Bend from the ages of 6 to 12 on Arbor Drive, a tree-lined street...

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