The Corey Hotline is hot and heavy, and the phone lines are ready!
If Hollywood was gonna make a real-life, gritty reboot of Alvin and the Chipmunks, they would call The Corey Hotline.
With the songwriting of Goffin/King and the stage antics of Meat Loaf, The Corey Hotline delivers modern-day sock hop bops.
Rock n’ roll bursts from the celebratory garage mentality of the pals, sprinkled with the queering of storylines by their singer and transgender adventurer, Mason Jenkins. The group is completed by Jordan Phillips (drums) and Harvey Hinton (bass).
The Corey Hotline’s music is influenced by inanimate objects such as temporary glitter tattoos and stolen bowling shoes. It’s theme music for hot summer bike rides that result in skinny dipping in a public park or modding your 1994 Chevrolet Astro van with under glow lightning.
The Corey Hotline is eager to please. The music is hot, heavy, and the phone lines are ready.
Art type: Live Music
What this Artist plays most of the time
Genre: RockAlt-CountryIndie Rock
Home base: Calgary
Appeals most (but not limited) to: Family friendly, Calgary Music Scene, Queer, LGBTQ2+, millennials