Academy Of Country Music and Grammy nominated songwriter & producer Corey Crowder grew up in Loganville, GA. There he began his musical career as a touring artist. With a focus on TV & film placements, he had songs on shows like One Tree Hill, The Biggest Loser, The Real World, and more. He moved to Nashville in 2010 after signing an artist development and publishing deal. Following years of touring, Corey decided to focus solely on songwriting and producing.
2015 and 2016 were breakout years for Corey as a songwriter. He had a three week #1 song with Chris Young’s “I’m Comin’ Over”, followed up by another #1 with “Think Of You” featuring Cassadee Pope. In addition he had U.S. singles with A Thousand Horses “(This Aint No) Drunk Dial”; Eric Paslay’s “High Class” & “Angels In This Town”; Jamie Lynn Spears’ “Sleepover”, and James Otto’s “Somewhere Tonight”. Other artists that have recorded songs written by Corey include Jon Pardi, Justin Moore, Cole Swindell, Michael Ray, Chris Janson, Seth Ennis, Kane Brown, Cale Dodds, The Cadillac Three, Kenny Rogers, and more. He has also had chart topping Canadian singles with Jess Moskaluke’s “Kiss Me Quiet”, “Drive Me Away”, “Used”, “Night We Won’t Forget”, “Elevator; and Tim Hicks’ “Slide Over”. He has had continue success with film/TV placements on shows like ABC’s Nashville, as well as writing the theme song for CMT’s hit show Gainesville.
Corey’s production credits include a Billboard #1 album with Chris Young’s “I’m Comin’ Over”. Off of that album, he has celebrated three #1 songs as a producer. Most recently, he has produced artists such as Eric Paslay, Seth Ennis, Cassadee Pope, A Thousand Horses, Jamie Lynn Spears, Cale Dodds, Jess Moskaluke, Tim Hicks, Alyssa Michaela, Lit, and James Otto.
Currently, Corey is a staff writer at Liz Rose Music in Nashville, TN.