Corey Hunley and the Millonaires

Corey Hunley: It’s In His Voice

From garage bands to opening up a sold out show for country music legend Marty Stuart, local singer songwriter Corey Hunley has had a guitar in his hands for thirty plus years now. Something he attributes to his childhood friend and a borrowed guitar his dad brought home one afternoon.
 
These days his guitar of choice is a Gibson Hummingbird, and his music of choice is country or Southern Americana as he calls it. Originality and a love for life, family, and his southern roots fuel Hunley’s music and his song writing. Whether he’s performing one of his solo acoustic sets, or performing a full on rock show with his backing band The Millionaires, Hunley’s shows are three-fourths originals sprinkled with a few covers from his favorites which include Johnny Cash, John Lennon, and the Allman Brothers.
 
Hunley has the ideal voice for country music, an undeniable deep southern twang that fits perfectly with a cold beer or a backyard barbeque. That voice has cultivated a strong and loyal fan base around the Roanoke Valley, as has the voice in his lyrics. His songs are easily relatable, drawn from his own experiences that incorporate themes of parenthood and the desire to make every moment count with loved ones.