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Listening Room Concert
January 22, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Live @ 4th & Main Friday, January 22nd
Dana brings his one man storm back to 4th & Main on the 22nd. Dana was one of our first shows we hosted here and we’re happy to have him back! A powerful guitar player, lyricist and vocalist, Dana is spun often at my house and in mixes throughout 4th & Main. His album, ‘The Conjurer” is one of my favorite albums in the last 10 years. This past year Dana released his 25th album, “Building a Human Being” and picks up where he left off with his previous efforts. Harmonica, alternative tunings, engaging vocals await you here at 4th & Main Friday, January 22nd. Help us give Dana a full house for a fun evening!!
From his Bio:
Out of the heartland of America, stomping grounds of Truman and Twain, “powerhouse” troubadour Dana Cooper dedicated himself to a life of music over 40 years ago. This song poet engages and inspires audiences around the world with his quick wit, insightful stories and commanding presence. He is the recipient of the 2014 Heritage Musician award from Pilgrim Center for the Arts in Kansas City, MO. He was also named the 2015 Spirit of Folk award winner by Folk Alliance International. He has performed on Austin City Limits, Mountain Stage and the Kerrville Folk Festival where he was nominated for their Hall of Fame. Cooper’s songs have been recorded by top-notch artists such as bluegrass star Claire Lynch; Irish vocalist Maura O’Connell; and luminary songwriters Pierce Pettis and Susan Werner. Cooper’s mixture of flat-picking, finger-picking and percussive strumming style is legend among other guitarists. An expressive singer his voice is ageless evoking a rich lifetime of experience.
His prolific endeavors have resulted in 20 albums. The critically acclaimed Miracle Mile on Compass Records was nominated for a Nashville Music Award as “Best Pop Album” and was chosen by Performing Songwriter magazine as one of the top DIY recordings for the year. Harry Truman Built a Road was named one of the best records of 2002 by The Tennessean and was also chosen as one of the top twelve DIY recordings for that year. Made of Mud released on King Easy Records in 2005 won Cooper the “Best Male Songwriter Award” by Indie Acoustic Project. Working with co-producer/guitarist Thomm Jutz, Cooper released Building a Human Being in September, 2015. This is Cooper’s 25th album and it’s gaining momentum on Americana radio stations all over the US.