An album that honestly showcases Corey's comedic creativity. After many disagreements with a development team on what the content should be on his first album, three
versions were completed.
"It was scheduled to be released February 2016. But I wasn't satisfied with the progress and product. I almost had a nervous breakdown and decided to do it over. I wanted to stretch myself and do something I wasn't expected to do".
Months past the deadline, Corey left the comedy club, went to a recording studio and "Locked the door."
"When I was on an out of town gig, away from the studio, I would find a parking lot and record in my car. I didn't have people looking over my shoulder and I was able to find a more fluid creative flow, which allowed me to pour more honesty into what I was doing."
To incorporate Standup, musical comedy, story and sketches on one album is nothing new for the genre of comedy. But, Volume 1 of a Mad Man, delivers content on relationships, sharing, politics and bigotry, for the genre of comedy in a refreshing way.
"This album was a big opportunity for me to add something positive to the comedy scene and I went with it. It even has a dope vibe to it."