This Saturday, November 25th, be sure to head on down to The Hi-Fi in Fountain Square for a night of good old country music. Playing there will be none other than country singer Corey Cox. Joining him will be Scotty Randolph and Isaac Rudd. If you’re in the mood for some old school twang come Saturday night, you’ll find it at The Hi-Fi.
As far as country musicians go, it’d be hard to find another one who totally encompasses the style as well as Corey Cox. You can hear it in songs like, “Wake Up Drunk”, where Cox’s vocals hit every expected note and rhythm. Additionally, with songs like “Mistakes You Don’t Make”, he shows his willingness to play with the conventions of the genre a bit more. Although I would also say that Cox seems to prefer sitting comfortably in his genre.
Cox hails from Pendelton, Indiana, and at the ripe age of twenty, he decided to leave behind a traditional life for music and the road. After years of touring and recording, he’s also managed to build up quite the following. Corey Cox’s most recent EP, “Light It Up” is currently available to download on iTunes.
Scotty Randolph is another country singer, who will join the stage on Saturday night as a current Indianapolis local. While Randolph also sticks close to the standards of the country genre, he goes for a larger, stadium sound than Corey Cox does. You can hear this distinction most clearly in songs like “Turn It Around”, which you can listen to for free on his website. On his Facebook page, Randolph displays his gratitude for the role music plays for him. “I have fallen back on music more times than I can count in my life. I feel blessed to be able to use my talents to bring joy to people.”
To find out more about Scotty Randolph, you can click either of the two links above.
Isaac Rudd is another Indiana local, born and raised in the small town of Kirklin, Indiana. His style is a fusion of classic country and southern rock, and he lists among his influences greats like Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Willie Nelson. You can learn more about Isaac Rudd by visiting his website.
The show at The Hi-Fi this Saturday night kicks off at 8:00 pm, and the doors open at 7:00. Ticket prices range from ten to twelve dollars.