Storytelling Through Songwriting

 Cora Rose Wood developed a love for singing and writing songs at the young age of four years old. When she wasn't busy singing and writing cowboy poetry, she was pushing cows horseback with her dad, or participating in youth horse shows and rodeos. In 2008, she released her album “Cora’s Cowgirl Yodel”, and was the Western Music Association’s Youth Yodeler of the Year in 2008 and 2010. Her involvement in western music, cowboy poetry, 4-H events and horse shows, and her time spent in the saddle on the ranch has not only kept her busy, but has also made an impact on her songwriting. In 2012, her family relocated to a ranch in southern Montana, where she became more involved in sports and symphonic band, playing the flute and piccolo. Her experiences with high school marching and symphonic band helped shape her passion and appreciation for music as a whole, and inspired her to attend Sheridan College in Sheridan Wyoming. In Spring of 2022, she graduated with her Associates of Fine Arts (Music), her Music technology Certificate and her Arts Administration Certificate.Today, she draws on all of her experiences and influences to write music that is raw, relatable, and tells a story, while also keeping the voice of the American Cowboy alive. 

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