THE MUSIC journalist and author Vic Garbarini has described American songwriter and guitarist Dana Cooper as “one of Nashville’s best kept secrets”.
Cooper need not be a secret to Galwegians any longer as he is coming to play The Crane Bar, Sea Road, on Friday February 27 at 9.30pm.
Cooper has been impressing audiences throughout the United States with his passionate voice, insightful lyrics, and impressive guitar playing skills. He has recorded numerous albums and his songs have been recorded by Maura O’Connell, Pierce Pettis, Trout Fishing in America, Jonell Mosser, and Susan Werner.
The US writer Robert K Oermann has described Cooper as “an extraordinary writer and an eternally gripping performer”.
Support is from local singer-songwriter Parisch Browne. Admission is free.