Cory Jensen

Profile Updated: March 8, 2021
Cory Jensen
Cory Jensen


Cory Jensen

old days

Yes! Attending Reunion
Residing In: Orem, UT USA
Homepage or Facebook (if any): View Website
Current Occupation: Architectural Historian, Utah Division of State History
Spouse/Partner: Andrea Jensen
Children: 3 children
Bands You've Played With (list):

Ditch Chickens
An Rogaire Dubh (traditional Irish/Celtic)

Instrument(s) you play (and/or vocals):

Lead Guitar
Rhythm Guitar
Irish Bouzouki
No vocals (can't sing and play at the same time!)

Current Musical Equipment:

1972 Fender Telecaster
2014 Les Paul Traditional Honeyburst
2005 Epiphone Les Paul '56 Goldtop
1994 Fender Blues DeVille 410
Mojotone 5E3 self-built amp kit (based on 1950s Fender Deluxe)
Epiphone EJ200 acoustic
Republic Guitars duolian metal resonator guitar
Rogue spider bridge square neck resonator (Dobro)
Esteban (yes, the Esteban.. gift from Mom) dreadnought acoustic
Goldtone Irish Bouzouki
Czech-made round back mandolin c.1960s
Old fiddle that I can't play well

Bio and Band Stories:

Very first paying gig with Paradox was New Years Eve, 1979 (I think). We played in the lobby of the old Trafalga building while people walked through the place. I think we were paid with hot dogs!

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Freefall in 1984 (Rawlings, Wyoming). Left to right Kerri Cotant (lead singer), Mark Jones (bass - under the table), David Ewing (drums), Kimo Lewis (soundman), Bryan Chapman (keys), Cory Jensen (lead guitar)
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Cory Jensen, playing guitar with the Original Paradox, circa 1979. Bill Cushenberry (bass) and Todd Mitchell (drums) in background.
Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 11:21 PM
Playing at the Star Palace in 1981