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Cort Carpenter

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7, 1986
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7, 1986 (age 32)


Touring Nashville country music artist who played over 350 shows in 2013 and 2014. He dropped a 2015 summer single called "Let Me See Your Koozie." In 2016, he released his third EP in Nashville titled Changing Lanes and in 2017, he released the single "What Were We Drinking."

Before Fame

He was a standout 3-sport athlete at Kelso High School where he quarterbacked his football team to state, and set different records in baseball and basketball. He went on to play college baseball at the University of Portland and received all-conference honors as a first baseman.


He set the wood bat home run record for the NWAACC power house Lower Columbia College Red Devils in 2007.

Family Life

He was born in Longview, Washington and has an older brother named Rhett who works in the construction safety industry and is an ex-college football player at Central Washington University. His parents are retired school teachers/coaches who put in a total of over 75 years combined at Kelso High School. He married his wife Kelly, originally from Lexington, Kentucky, on May 17th, 2014. He and Kelly have two dogs named Dax & Trip.

Associated With

He lists his biggest country musical influences as Joe Nichols, Toby Keith, Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, and Jason Aldean.