Interview with Cory Singer

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.  

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. 

Getting to know Cory

Cory Singer

What is the most useless talent you have? 

I am double jointed.  I can also do impressions like Christopher Walken, Sean Connery and more

Do you sing in the shower? What songs?

Oh yes, Broadway tunes

What would be the ideal food to have cooked for you on a date night?

A good steak

What was the last TV series you watched on TV?

Law and Order Organized Crime

What historical Figure would you love to see in 21st century life? 

Freddie Mercury


How would you describe the music that you typically create? 

I am a singer songwriter with adult contemporary and indie vibes

Who would you most like to collaborate with? 

David Foster. He would “get” me, period.

If you could go open a show for any artist, who would it be? 

I would totally open for Kristin Chenowth, Josh Groban.  Sorry it is a tossup for me.

Are you finding the isolation of the pandemic conducive to your writing or is it hindering the experiences you can write about? 

Not at all, I wrote more songs during the pandemic than in my entire life.

With the pandemic, how have you found a way to get your music and your message out there?

I have a great team behind me. We were very clever and did remote recording sessions and I even did my last video shoot in multiple locations, but I was actually in NJ, while part of my team filmed the storyboard in Nashville.  If you want to get your music out there you will find a way.







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