Corey Legge in Concert

Sydney South
September 24 2023 @ 2:00pm
$15.00 - $25.00

Come and enjoy an afternoon of live music at Mortdale Village Hall.

Corey Legge plays heartfelt alt-country and roots-rock, drawing influence from growing up amongst the fertile pastures surrounding Bega (NSW). Now based in Wollongong (NSW), Corey has released three albums in three years, resulting in high rotation on ABC Country and a slew of support slots for high profile artists including Fanny Lumsden, Amber Lawrence, Catherine Britt and Ash Grunwald. Corey’s debut single ‘Driving out of Eden’ was shared by the legendary James Taylor, adding to the already considerably large buzz around Corey’s music and live show. Corey’s storytelling and guitar prowess are not to be missed.

Corey’s most popular single ‘I Don’t Know What I’ve Got Myself in For’ peaked at #2 on the Australian Country Radio Charts, while 7 film clips have been added to CMT on Foxtel. Corey’s recent singles ‘What Now?’ and ‘Love You & Leave You’ both cracked the CountryTown Hot 50 chart.

In 2023, Corey has recorded with multi-award-winning producer Nash Chambers and toured throughout Europe, with shows in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium. Corey has just been announced as a finalist in the 2023 Gympie Music Muster Talent Search.

‘Friday Nights’ is the 1st single from Corey’s forthcoming 4th studio album and will be released on Friday 15th September 2023, with the official film clip set for release shortly after.

Corey is proudly endorsed by Cole Clark guitars.

‘’A national treasure in the making.’’ Kath Devaney (ABC Country)


Southern Sydney Folk Club


Mortdale Village Hall

113, Victoria Avenue, Mortdale, New South Wales, 2223, Australia

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