Corey Stevens | Rumors in the Ether

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Rumors in the Ether

by Corey Stevens

Blues based and fused with straight ahead rock, this is music that is guitar driven with support from Hammond organ and piano and harkens back to the sixties in both sounds and lyrical themes.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Red White and Blues
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2. Down in the Gutter
6:58 $1.29
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3. Operation Dynamite
6:31 $1.29
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4. To Be a Kid Again
5:23 $0.99
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5. Don't Drone Me Bro
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6. You Used to Be Cool
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7. Rumors in the Ether
6:38 $1.29
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8. Slim Dog and the Millionaires
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9. Wiki Diki Doo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Born in the small town of Centralia, Illinois, Corey Stevens never just says he is from Illinois. After hearing, "Oh, from Chicago?" a few too many times, he has learned the succinct way to put it: "I'm from Southern Illinois - an hour east of St. Louis." St. Louis is where he saw his first baseball game and where he saw the Rolling Stones twice on the same day. He says, "St. Louis is where I went to and saw the huge crowds and came home with big dreams."

Born in the small town of Centralia, Illinois, Corey Stevens never just says he is from Illinois. After hearing, "Oh, from Chicago?" a few too many times, he has learned the succinct way to put it: "I'm from Southern Illinois - an hour east of St. Louis." St. Louis is where he saw his first baseball game and where he saw the Rolling Stones twice on the same day. He says, "St. Louis is where I went to and saw the huge crowds and came home with big dreams."

In 1996, he toured seven months and made a video for the song, "Blue Drop of Rain," which climbed the radio charts. The album was re-released on the independent label and Discovery Records and made the debut Billboard Blues chart.

In 1997, Stevens recorded his second album that yielded a top ten radio hit and video, "One More Time." Other songs made it on the radio and Stevens hit the road in support. By the end of the year, Stevens had toured nine months, including a summer tour with Paul Rodgers and Lynyrd Skynyrd, and shared the stage with ZZ Top. The title track, "Road To Zen," a heartfelt behind the scenes account of life on the road seemed to sum up Stevens' new life.

Eventually Stevens left the record companies and began producing his own work as an independent artist and has released a DVD of a live show and eight CDs. "Rumors In The Ether" is his 9th CD and was released on October 25, 2014.

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