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Cozy Corley, toured throughout the south, back-up artists such as: Percy Sledge, Irma Thomas, Little Willie John, Rufus Thomas, Mittie Collier, Jimmy Reed, Big Joe Turner, Jackie Wilson, and many other great entertainers. His innovative approach to and wide variety of music made him a favorite among the Mississippi college circuit from ( "Ole Miss", "Louisiana State" and "University of Southern Mississippi").

Cozy Corley plays Hammond organ with a Bluesy sound. He also plays Motown, Reggae, Pop and R&B. He first tour carried him to California there he performed at the top club’s in Hollywood, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Redondo Beach, San Jose, Montebello and San Francisco area playing in clubs such as: Playboy Club, The California Club, Tike’s Club, Haunted House, P.J.'s, Montebello Bowl Club, Marty’s on the Hill and many more.

Cozy is now performing Biloxi, Gulfport, New Orleans, Mobile and Florida areas. He has played at the Diamondhead Country, Mardi Lounge, Ocean Springs Yacht Club, Casino’s, Tike’s Lounge and Nick’s Club.

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For booking information call Cozy Corley at (228)216-2558 or email him at cozycorley@gmail.com

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