With a Fall headlining tour nearly sold out and a rousing recent Grand Ole Opry debut, Cooper Alan announces the exciting news that he recently signed with Jarrod Holley and Chris Kappy at Make Wake Artists for management along with agent Morgan Kenney at WME. Alan is rising fast to the top of the country music scene, already selling out his first two shows well in advance on his Fall 2022 tour in Seattle and Portland this past weekend. Additional sold out shows include the Dusty Armadillo in Ohio (selling out in only six hours), as well as the Outlaw Saloon in Utah and Buffalo Iron Works in New York.
Cooper was just announced as part of the lineup for Stagecoach 2023, will headline Brooklyn Bowl in Nashville on Nov. 10, and saw a lifelong dream come true at his Opry debut on Sept. 21. Cooper distributes his music through Cooped Up Records, which he co-founded with Victoria Shaw and is represented by Meredith Billings at Keller Turner Andrews & Ghanem.
“I am really honored and blessed to get the chance to work with some of the hardest working and most talented people in Nashville. Most importantly though, they’re all some of the best and most genuine people I’ve met. It feels like family!” said Cooper Alan.
“Cooper is a born entertainer who has turned his social media following into real fans all over the world. We’re honored to bring such a hard working, innovative, and talented artist into the Make Wake family!” said Make Wake Artist’s Jarrod Holley.
“Cooper Alan is a country music trailblazer in his own way. His ticket sales continue to be impressive and his success is gaining a lot of attention. His passion for his music and fans is noteworthy too. You meet Cooper once and you’re a fan for life,” said WME’s Morgan Kenney.
With over 100 million streams on his music and 10 million followers across social platforms, Cooper has built a loyal fanbase through years of writing, releasing music and playing shows across the country. Inspired by artists like Eric Church, Luke Combs, Kid Rock, and Kenny Chesney, Cooper is excited and honored for this next chapter in his career. For more information, please visit cooperalanmusic.com.
Cooper Alan Fall Tour Dates:
Sept. 23 – Black Mountain, N.C. – Silverados
Sept. 29 – Knoxville, Tenn. – The Mill and Mine
Sept. 30 – Lexington, Ky. – Manchester Music Hall
Oct. 1 – Charleston, W.Va – The Farm Bar & Grill
Oct. 6 – Ogden, Utah – The Outlaw Saloon
Oct. 12 – Warrendale, Pa. – Jergels Rhythm Grille
Oct. 13 – Grand Rapids, Mich. – The Intersection
Oct. 14 – Rootstown, Ohio – Dusty Armadillo
Oct. 20 – Oxford, Miss. – The Lyric
Oct. 21 – Fayetteville, Ark. – JJ’s Live
Oct. 22 – Springfield, Mo. – Midnight Rodeo
Oct. 27 – Rome, Ga. – Peaches
Oct. 28 – Mobile, Ala. – Soul Kitchen
Oct. 29 – Anderson, S.C. – Wendells Dippin Branch
Nov. 3 – Columbus, Ohio – The Bluestone
Nov. 4 – Indianapolis, Ind. – 8 Seconds Saloon
Nov. 5 – Detroit, Mich. – St. Andrews Hall
Nov. 10 – Nashville, Tenn. – Brooklyn Bowl
Nov. 11 – Athens, Ga. – The Warehouse
Nov. 17 – Jordan, N.Y. – Kegs Canal Side
Nov. 18 – Buffalo, N.Y. – Buffalo Iron Works
About Cooper Alan
If you like country music and you’re on any social media app, you’ve probably seen Cooper Alan on your screen in the past two years. The up-and-coming country star has independently built a fanbase of over 10 million followers and has earned over 100 million streams on his music. Originally from Winston Salem, NC, he spent his high school and college years playing bars, college campuses, and Honky Tonks all across the Carolinas. He and his band became the “go to” for great music and a high energy, all night throwdown performance. After graduation, Cooper packed up his guitar and moved to Nashville as fast as he could, where he had the incredible luck of meeting hit songwriter/producer Victoria Shaw who signed him within weeks to a publishing deal. He is fortunate and proud to have the opportunity to write songs with people like Rivers Rutherford, Seth Mosley, Matt Nolen, Skip Black, Kent Blazy, Desmond Child, Jeffrey Steele, and Victoria Shaw. His hit singles include “New Normal”, “Tough Ones”, “Colt 45 (Country Remix)”, “Can’t Dance”, “First Rodeo,” and many more. His songs have reached #1 on the iTunes Charts multiple times. This past year, Cooper started his own record label (Cooped Up Records) and began to translate his social media audience into killer live shows, selling out venues all across the country. Because of his streaming and live touring success, he was named a “Next Big Thing” artist by Music Row Magazine.