Sam Cooper
Sam Cooper
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Blues - Rock | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 13,259   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 10/26/2016
   Sounds Like: Delbert McClinton, Ray Charles

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Welcome to the website for Nashville, TN based producer/songwriter/musician/performer Sam Cooper, Jerricat Music (SESAC), Jericat Music (BMI), Red Heart Records, Red Heart Music. Sam is the host of SAM'S JAMS at Bobby's Idle Hour, a weekly songwriter party on Wednesdays from noon to 8 pm on Music Row in Nashville. All music on the "songs" page is written/co-written and/or produced/co-produced by Sam.
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Sam is the host of SAM'S JAMS at Bobby's Idle Hour (1028 16th Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37212), a weekly songwriter party on Wednesdays from noon to 8 pm on Music Row in Nashville.This is the location for Sam Cooper, Red Heart Records, Jerricat Music (SESAC), Jericat Music (BMI), Red Heart Music. Sam is located in Nashville, TN, where he produces and performs music. To contact Sam for production services and bookings--615-469-4067 or


Chet Nichols posted 16 hours ago to Sam Cooper

Hey Sam,

Thanks for the nice review of the live version of my old, old, old song (written in 1962), "I'm The Ice Cream Man". I wrote it back in 1962 when I was 14 when I was working as a busboy in an ice cream shoppe in the center of town. I had convinced the owner to let me take a break from washing dishes and let me go out and entertain the Sunday crowd with a 20 minute, to commemorate my debut as a solo artist, I wrote that song..... Oddly enough, it has morphed into several different versions. The "Live" version you hear was recorded on 9/11/71 in Kansas City, MO at the infamous Cowtown Ballroom...and is what I call, "The Hippie Anthem" version of the song. It is a rough recording, but the ONLY surviving recording of one of my live shows as a solo back then. Quite a good show considering. That night, I opened for the Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra who played a show at Cowtown. It is said to be the first time ever that a philharmonic orchestra ever played in a rock 'n roll venue..... Anyway, glad you liked the song.... Hope all is well. Best, Chet Nichols.....

william r floyd posted 3 days ago

Sam thank you for the review of "Here comes the blues" very much appreciated.

Hank Thomas posted 3 days ago

Thanks for your rave review of my song
"Till St. Peter Lets Me In". I don't disagree with some of your suggestions, but, for now at least, I am 'stuck' with this version.

I appreciated you taking the time,


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