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EP Review: Cory M. Coons “33.3”

Fans won’t have to wait much longer for new music from Cory M. Coons! The Canadian roots-rocker is set to release his new EP, “33.3,” in early July. The album features singles “Leavin” (released March 2020) and “Good Times Gone” which will be released in conjunction with MTS records on June 29th. Rounding out the project is “Another Lonely Heart,” an up tempo rocker that hearkens back to Tom Petty and Bon Jovi in their prime. The album features a collection of Coons’ friends and collaborators including lead guitarist Marc D. Muir and mandolin extraordinaire Chris Golden (of Oak Ridge Boys and Alabama fame). The EP has a polish and sensibility that can only be achieved by years spent mastering your craft, and having spent the better part of the last few decades on the road, that’s exactly what Coons’ has done. In a time where we’d all be wise to remember “It’s the light in your day, not the length of our stay,” Cory M. Coons reminds us of wonderful days gone by while giving us hope for the light at the end of the tunnel.

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