A Letter To Cory Wells
You might think that something that happened almost fifty years ago might be
vague or possibly inconsequential at this moment in your life, but that is not the case with my memories of Cory Wells.
It's 1967 our first live gig at The Earl Warren Show Grounds in Santa Barbara Ca. The show began unceremoniously and awkwardly for the three lead singers. While finding our way on stage searching for a persona, an identity, to complement each other ...Cory begins to dance all over the stage engaging the audience making it very clear to me, and probably Danny, that he and I better loosen up and create some excitement on stage not only with our voices but with a physicality designed to excite.
Cory created that mind set and ultimately how Three Dog Night would present itself. We followed his lead and became the most exciting rock band in the world.
There was a calm and tolerant side of Cory that he exhibited in uncomfortable and stressful situations.
It was possibly one of the best sides of his personality along with his sense of humor.
I loved so much about you and those special things are how I choose to remember you.
Save me a seat in the choir my old friend.
Please check the concert schedule for more dates and more info, including venue and ticket information! Hope to see you all there!
Chuck is still in the studio working on the new album. We greatly appreciate all your patience and support during this creative process.