Meet Cory Sccott, a worship leader from Kenosha, Wisconsin who is on a mission to bring a different style and image to worship music. Cory’s church was created for “people who don’t go to church,” and he wants to create music that resonates with people in the same way.
Cory’s journey to success wasn’t an overnight process. He learned about marketing and networking and put himself out there online until he came across the right people to help him along the way. Cory is proud of his accomplishments, including singing the national anthem in front of 16,000 people in Knoxville, TN during Veterans Day weekend in 2021.
Cory has learned that “some people are gifted with ways to express their emotions through music differently than others for a reason. I have a voice loud enough for others to hear and when they hear it, they begin listening to it. They wouldn’t listen if I never put myself out there in the first place”.
Currently, Cory is working on new music with his friend Claudio Parrone Jr. in Los Angeles, California. He is not currently signed to a label and wants to maintain creative control over his music.
Cory’s ultimate goal is for people to understand that even as a Christian artist, he struggles with the same things they do. He wants to use his music to show people that they don’t have to go through life alone, and that faith can be a guiding light during difficult times.