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Cory Henry
Cory (* 1987 in Brooklyn, NY) is jazz organist and pianist, gospel musician and music producer. As a child prodigy, Henry is said to have played the piano and organ by the age of two; at five years old they called him Master Henry in his church because he could play the Hammond organ with any song, in any key. At the age of six he made his debut at the Apollo Theater. He began his music career in 2006 touring with various mainstream and gospel artists including Yolanda Adams, Stanley Brown, Israel Houghton, P. Diddy, Kirk Franklin. Kenny Garrett brought him into his band. He has also worked with Donnie McClurkin, Boyz II Men, Michael McDonald, Bruce Springsteen, The Roots and many others. After a Christmas album Christmas with You (2010), he released Leave You Alone (2011) and Gotcha Now Doc (2012). From 2012 to 2018, Henry was a member of the jazz and funk ensemble Snarky Puppy, with which he won the 2014 Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance and both 2016 and 2017 Grammy Awards for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album.
In 2016, Henry released the gospel-infused live album The Revival under his own name. At the Frankfurt Jazz Festival in 2017, he met the hr big band. Henry left Snarky Puppy in 2018 to focus on his solo career and released Art of Love with his band The Funk Apostles. His 2020 solo album Something to Say is the first work produced exclusively by Henry and showcases his skills as a multi-instrumentalist. His album Best of Me followed in 2021. He can also be heard on albums by Jeremy Fisher, Nina Attal, Marcus Miller, David Crosby, Imagine Dragons and Marc E. Bassy.
Henry was nominated twice for a Grammy in 2021. His album Something to Say was nominated for Best Progressive R&B Album. Also counting is the nomination of Kanye West's Donda, which he co-produces/writes, for "Album of the Year." He is also co-producer/writer of Eric Bellinger's New Light (Nominated for Best Progressive R&B Album in the Grammy category).
from Wikipedia
contact: coryhenry@cultureco.co
homepage: coryhenry.com
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Gotcha Now Doc
no label
recorded live 26 & 27 November 2011 at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City/USA
Cory Henry, organ
Brad Williams, guitar
Dwayne "DW" Wright, bass
Nat Townsley, drums
Carlin White, drums
The Revival
GroundUP Music 00602547809506
Cory Henry, Hammond B-3 organ
James Williams, drums
Jeffrey White, vocals
Whose Feet Are These That Are Walking
no label
Bob Lanzetti, guitar, piano
Philip Sterk, pedal steel guitar
Cory Henry, organ
Frank LoCrasto, synthesizer
Justin Stanton, synthesizer
Liam Robinson, accordion
Matt Aronoff, bass
Michael League, bass
Jordan Perlson, drums, percussion
Nate Werth, percussion
James Shipp, percussion
Marcelo Woloski, percussion
Mike Maher, vocals
Jay White, vocals
The New Gospel
Hessischer Rundfunk
recorded live 25 October 2017 at Alte Oper in Frankfurt/Germany
Cory Henry, Hammond B-3 organ
Jim NcNeely, conductor
Heinz-Dieter Sauerborn, alto sax
Oliver Leicht, alto sax
Tony Lakatos, tenor sax
Steffen Weber, tenor sax
Rainer Heute, baritone sax
Günter Bollmann, trombone
Peter Feil, trombone
Christian Jaksø, trombone
Manfred Honelschläger, bass trombone
Frank Wellert, trumpet
Thomas Vogel, trumpet
Martin Auer, trumpet
Axel Schlosser, trumpet
Martin Scales, guitar
Dave Whitford, bass
Paul Höchstädter, drums
Denise Stoudmire, vocals
Tiffany Stevenson, vocals
Art Of Love
no label
Cory Henry, organ, synthesizer, vocals
Adam Agati, guitar
Nick Semrad, keyboards, synthesizer
Sharay Reed, bass
TaRon Lockett, drums
Tiffany Stevenson, vocals
Denise Stoudmire, vocals

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