A text by Cory Henry

A text by Cory Henry. 

Cory Henry then

It is very possible to be born with the gift of music. You see the evidence of this every time you witness a child prodigy. I don’t know if there is a prerequisite that determines who has a this innate gift or not. For instance, do your parents need to be musically gifted or does the gift have to run in your bloodline? Many people discover the gift at an early age and they cultivate that gift in school. Being born with the gift of music is a bit of a broad question to answer. The flip side of everything that I said would be those people who have been born into musical families and are surrounded by musical people, but are not musically inclined. There is no right or wrong answer. It’s also possible for people who aren’t born with music to spend time and develop the gift of music. At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter how you acquire a gift, as long as you have the gift. 

- cory a. henry

Cory Henry now

Cory Henry is a multi-instrumentalist and producer. His primary instrument is the organ, and he began playing at the age of two. At the age of six he competed at the Apollo Theatre and made it to the finalist round. Since his teens the list of the people that Mr. Henry has worked with has grown at a breath-taking pace. It includes Yolanda Adams, Sara Bareilles, Stanley Brown, Ray Chew And The Crew, P. Diddy, Kirk Franklin, Kenny Garrett, Rob Glasper, Ron Grant, Lalah Hathway, Derrick Hodge, Israel Houghton, Joe, Shaun Kingston, Donald Lawrence, Mary Mary, Donnie McClurkin, Michael McDonald, Boyz 2 Men, NAS, Snarky Puppy, Tommy Sims, Bruce Springsteen, The Roots, Hezekiah Walker, Bishop Jeffrey White, Betty Wright, and Timothy Wright. This virtuoso leaves the audiences speechless with his solos. Listen to Cory Henry's solo work HERE.