NJ Native Cory Singer is an accomplished singer/songwriter/musician and theater performer. Cory has performed in arenas before thousands nationwide. He starred on BRAVO TV’s singing Competition The Kandi Factory, winning the grand prize, taking home a song penned by Grammy Award Winning Artist Kandi Burress, “I Can Do Anything”. Cory is an exceptional songwriter and he captivates his audiences no matter the venue or event. He finished out 2017 on a high note being added to several media magazine watch lists for 2018. Cory has become an advocate for children, families and adults who are on the spectrum. He has used his tiktok to promote positivity by inspiring others with his platform. Cory has coined the phrase '"People with Autism Have Superpowers".
Cory began his career in 2005 as a musical theater performer. Through 2013 he celebrated many accomplishments including a 2011 NJ Perry Award Nomination for his role in Suessical The Musical (The Mayor) and in 2013 he was nominated by Broadway World for Best Vocalist for his role in Joe DiPietro's "The Last Romance" at the Bickford Theater. Cory has re-entered the theater world in 2019 with his upcoming roles as "Young Buddy" in Westfield Community Players "Follies" in May 2019 and his upcoming role as "Matt Volpe" in the award winning original musical "They Call it Gravy, We Call it Sauce" with Music Jar Productions. Shows being in October 2019 at the Bound Brook Theater.
Cory performs both acoustically and with his full band. His single (the first in a six song series) released July 20th 2018 "Blind in Love" to worldwide critical acclaim. His second song "Everybody Sing" releases on 12.7.18. Produced in Memphis by Wes Edmonds (Wyclef Jean Production Team). Cory's songs are in high demand, The Country Group The Highway Women released his single "The Devil" in October 2018. His newly released single "Girl" released on April 13th 2019. Cory is currently splitting his time between pre-production of several shows (NY/NJ) along with writing and recording. Cory released his single "Someone" in February 2021 and his music video was Exclusively premiered in People Magazine.
In 2020 during Covid19, Cory took to TikTok and decided to share his journey with autism. He has become a social influencer to families and other adults living with autism.