At just 23 years old its hard to believe someone could have 12+ years of touring experience under their belt, but Corey Kent White does. At age 11, a couple of Western Swing Hall-of-Famers took Corey under their wing, made him the frontman of a young Western Swing band, and put him on stages all across the United States. After 5+ years of touring with the likes of the Oak Ridge Boys, Roy Clark, & other country music legends, Corey has solidified himself as a up and coming star in the country music world. Corey had learned a thing or two about the life of an entertainer. By age 16 he was a solo-artist in the Tulsa music scene, playing every weekend with his blues trio. Back then, I was playing for tips & free BBQ. At first, we were just background music for the dinner crowd. But after a few months, we were exceeding the fire occupancy in the venues! Early in his career, a man named Willie Nelson came through Corey's hometown to perform. Willie invited the young artist up on stage with him to perform Milk Cow Blues, an old Bob Wills western swing standard. At the last note, the crowd went silent for a moment in disbelief, then erupted into applause. From that moment on, Corey was all-in on carving out a career in music. The Oklahoma-native graduated high school a year early, moved to Nashville at age 17 & spent his so-called senior year writing songs. Corey's music has spread like wildfire, selling 85,000+ downloads and millions of streams on Spotify. And earned him a publishing deal with Warner Records.
Bubba Westly, accomplished 24-year-old singer, musician and songwriter, has been crafting his music skills since he was a child, raised in the church and developing an early love of music through old hymns. His love of music compelled him to master numerous instruments, including proficiency in acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano and drums. Bubba made his professional music debut at the tender age of 13-years-old, touring with a Blues/Christian Rock band that he devoted most of his time to, although he also had a promising baseball career. However, after graduating high school and attending college on a baseball scholarship, he realized that his true calling was music and returned to pursuing his musical aspirations fulltime.