Cory Asbury is an American Christian musician, worship pastor, songwriter, and former member of the Bethel Music collective.
Cory Hunter Asbury was born on October 15, 1985. Right from his childhood, music had a lot of influence over him that he started writing songs from a very young age while growing up in North Carolina. By the age of 17, Asbury began leading worship at his local church.
In 2004, he graduated from High School at Franklin High School and had initially wanted to study at UNC Chapel Hill. However, he was influenced into attending Onething internship with International House of Prayer (IHOPKC) in Kansas City by his friends who were alumnis. It was during his internship at IHOPKC that he started his music career on January 1, 2005. There is not a lot of information on his family.
Asbury was born on October 15, 1985
Asbury graduated from High School at Franklin High School and had initially wanted to study at UNC Chapel Hill. However, he was influenced into attending Onething internship with International House of Prayer (IHOPKC) in Kansas City.
Cory Asbury wife is Anna Asbury. The couple are happily married and blessed with three children namely; Lily, Gabriel, and River.
His first appearance on an IHOPKC compilation titled “Immersed“, was released in December 2007. Other collaborative works featuring Asbury were released in the following year. Asbury’s first solo album with Forerunner Music, “Let Me See Your Eyes“, debuted in September 2009. By 2010, Asbury already scored two features on two IHOPKC albums with several other live performances and albums following suit.
In 2012, Asbury moved to New Life Church in 2012 where he became the associate worship pastor. He also released Strong God in 2013, as well as co-wrote “Fun” for Desperation Band’s live album, Banner .
Eventually, Bethel Music would sign Asbury and would go on to release their eighth live album, “Have It All” in 2014. In December 2016, Asbury moved to Kalamazoo, Michigan, where he began serving as a worship pastor at Radiant Church.
Award And Nomination
Asbury received two nominations for the 2021 GMA Dove Awards, being nominated for Song of the Year for “The Father’s House” and Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year for To Love a Fool. In August 2021, Asbury announced that he would be headlining the Songs and Stories tour in the United States, alongside Benjamin Hastings of Hillsong United.
Cory Asbury Net Worth
Reports have estimated that Cory Asbury is worth about $1 Million – $5 Million
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