Corey built a huge fan base in the Northeast festival scene before moving to East Tennessee and entertaining at Dollywood for several years. Dedicated to his music, Corey is full time on the road with his Bluegrass band “Zink & Company“, as well as his Country band, “Classic Country Road Show”, performing at Bluegrass and Classic Country festivals across the U.S. He also has a local band, JCT 441 based at home in Sevier County playing Classic Country from the 1950s to early 2000. His distinct baritone voice is perfect for his crossover combination of down-to-earth lyrics and style, creating original “Corey Zink” stories in song.
Sevierville, TN. - From “Lifetimes,” the debut album under the Sound Biscuit label, comes the single from Corey Zink, “1940 Ford.”
“Corey’s new single “1940 Ford “ off the “Lifetimes” album is a perfect example of his ability to paint a picture lyrically and musically that sparks heartfelt memories and reconnects
you emotionally to the important things in life. His voice has a way of directly connecting to your heart while walking you through important lessons learned and practiced through his own journey. Corey and his songs are true to life.”
- Dave Maggard
written by Corey Zink
CZ Music Publishing
Lead Vocals - Corey Zink
Tenor - Mason Zink
Baritone - Steve Carr
Guitar - Corey Zink
Bass - Steve Carr
Mandolin - Jesse Brock
Banjo - Dan Menzone
Fiddle - Billy Hawks
Recorded and engineered at the Grammy nominated studio, Sound Biscuit.
Mastered by Grammy award winner Paul Blakemore.