Corey And Alicia Taylor Share First Pictures From Their Wedding
According to the date on their respective posts, the couple got married on October 6, 2019, with the news having been kept secret until October 15 when Hellyeah bassist Kyle Sanders posted on Facebook: “Great big love to Corey and Alicia for sealing the deal! Great times and grateful for being a part of your celebration of marriage. Plenty of good times to come.”
As for the proposal back in April, Alicia revealed that Corey popped the question “after breakfast at home”.
“As I put the salsa back in the fridge I shut the door and he was standing there with a ring,” she said. “Got down on one knee, and I immediately started crying on the floor with him. In our kitchen. In our sweats, nothing fancy. It was fucking perfect.”
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Alicia also spoke about how they first properly connected two years ago: “We kept running into each other and from just that alone he learned of [Cherry Bombs]. In 2017 he hit me up to tour bc he had seen us on the Buckcherry run. In building that tour together, we clicked intensely. We got pulled apart for a while, then came back together by the end of our tour.”
Awwww. Check out the stunning pics from their wedding below.
10/06/19 https://t.co/8lm0q2SO7Q— Corey Taylor (@CoreyTaylorRock) Thu Oct 24 01:21:01 +0000 2019
“It feels good to be coming back for an extensive tour of Europe and the UK,” says the frontman. “No matter how many times we come there, it always feels like we can never get enough, nor play all the cities we want to. But one thing’s for certain: the audiences are always some of the best in the world.”
14 Dublin, 3Arena
16 Manchester, Arena
17 Newcastle, Utilita Arena
18 Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
20 Sheffield, FlyDSA Arena
21 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
22 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
24 Birmingham, Arena
25 London, O2 Arena
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