Cory Henry is an American multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer, singer and all-around keyboard master. Born in 1987 in Brooklyn, New York, he started his musical career at the age of two, when he began playing the organ and worked his way up through gospel ensembles to the most prestigious music stages. He has worked with many music industry legends such as Bruce Springsteen, Michael McDonald and P. Diddy, and his solo albums have topped Billboard’s prestigious jazz album chart.
In 2012, Cory Henry became a member of the musical group Snarky Puppy and later released his first solo album “First Steps” which charted on the Billboard charts and Top Jazz Albums and Top Heatseekers Albums. In 2018, he released his second solo album “Art of Love” which featured his exceptional singing skills. In 2021, Cory Henry collaborated with Kanye West and Dr. Dre on the track “Run to Glory” and later Herny was listed as producer and writer of the track “24” from West’s tenth studio album Donda.
Cory Henry is one of the most talented and respected musicians in the world today. His ability to fuse different musical genres such as jazz, funk, gospel and R&B and his ability to improvise have made him an icon of modern music.