Date: April 01, 2022
Time: 8:30 pm
Country-rock artist Devin Cooper and his band are set to take the legendary King Eddy stage on April 1, 2022 for the release show of his long-awaited debut record, Good Things.
About Devin Cooper
Southern-Rock influenced country may seem contradictory in the Great White North, but that’s where Devin Cooper hangs his wide-brimmed hat. Nominated for three Country Music Alberta Awards in 2021, including “Horizon Male Artist of the Year,” Cooper’s signature sound is identifiable by his thoughtful songwriting and gritty rock ‘n roll vocals.
Gearing up for his debut record release in spring 2022, he has released five singles to date. Most notably, “Good Things,” the lead single and title track of the record, was released in March 2021: it was the #1 most played song the week of its release on CBC Sirius XM Country. Just days before making his debut on the Nashville North Stage at the Calgary Stampede in July 2021, Cooper released his second single, “Country Cliche,” to all streaming platforms. Featuring down-home banjo and anthemic 1980s drum tones, both songs blur the line between country and rock ‘n roll and are a taste of what’s to come: Cooper does country music his way and doesn’t apologize for it.
As the son of a motorcycle shop owner and custom car builder, Devin had ample opportunities to be creative working alongside his old man as he grew up. At seven years old, he began playing guitar and eventually traded in his tool kit for a music career. Since 2019, Cooper has written over 200 songs and has performed over 300 live shows. Most notably, he was a writer ANNIKA x Brett Kissel’s duet, “Encore,” and on the 2021 CCMA-nominated album, The Ride by Ryan Lindsay.
You can listen to Devin Cooper’s debut album as well as purchase VIP Ticket Packages here.
To accommodate as many live music fans as possible, we offer both seats and standing room at our shows. Seats are first come, first served. We recommend arriving early if you’d like to be seated during the performance.
Sound production equipment for the King Eddy is provided by PK Sound and Yamaha.