Sam Cooper

Sam Cooper

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Blues - Rock | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 18,245   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 11/24/2020
   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.
For hundreds of photos and latest information related to Sam, please visit Facebook, Reverbnation and/or MySpace at .com/samcooperjericatmusic. To contact Sam, send a message with full name and contact information directly to

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Sam is a songwriter in Nashville, TN who wants YOU to record his songs. This is the main website for Sam Cooper, Red Heart Records, Jerricat Music (SESAC), Jericat Music (BMI), Red Heart Music. Here's a good cross section of his styles drawn from his song catalog, but is, by no means, close to the width of it. He produces & performs music of many genres regularly in Nashville. To contact Sam--615-469-4067 or


Ronald Arduini posted 2 weeks ago to Sam Cooper

Sam!!thanks for taking the time to ("peruse" "singing the "blues")...Your evaluation is quite, well spot on!! Your right, this 90's demo should be redone professionally. ..Thanks again,very much appreciated!!

Margie & Art Corey posted 3 weeks ago

Sam,"PUDDIN'S SWEET SPOT" Great Tune sir!! 5 Stars & Likes. Sounds like the Band!!! One of my My favorite Group!
The Corey's........

Nigel Barrett posted over 30 days ago

Hey Sam and thanks for the review of my instrumental a while back called Monsoon. I appreciate your critique!

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