Johnny Cooper With Tyler and the Tribe
Honda of Abilene presents the KEAN 105 Free Summer Concert Series, featuring the best live music around, all summer long. The best part is, you can get into these shows for free! Along with special guest Tyler and the Tribe, KEAN 105 welcomes Johnny Cooper Friday, July 26th to the Lucky Mule Saloon.
Honda of Abilene Presents the KEAN 105 Summer Concert Series
Friday, July 26th. Doors open at 7:00pm
Presenting Sponsor: Honda of Abilene
Stage Sponsor: Texas State Technical College
Brought to you in part by:
Bad Boy Bail Bonds
HERE’S HOW IT WORKS…
- Pick up your ticket from one of the locations to be announced soon
- Arrive between 7:00pm and 8:00pm at the Lucky Mule in Abilene for Free Entry
- Entry between 8:00pm and 9:00pm will be $5.00
- Entry after 9:00pm will be $10.00
- 18 and up are welcome with valid ID
RSVP to this show on the Facebook Event Page
It seems to have been written in the proverbial stars that Johnny Cooper would dedicate his life to performing and entertaining crowds. Since birth, Cooper has been immersed in music of all kinds, and encouraged to pursue his dream. He started performing music in February 2004 at the age of 15 and turning 24 in September 2012, he will have chalked up almost 9 years of professional touring.
Johnny Cooper has accomplished more than many musicians twice his age. Having recorded two critically-acclaimed, full-length studio albums (and another in the works) and not one, but two live albums under his belt – the total album sales of which have eclipsed 50,000 – Johnny Cooper’s career trajectory cannot be stopped. He recently had two songs included on the soundtrack for the independent movie, “Deep in the Heart,” which also includes tracks from Charlie Daniels, Larry Gatlin, Wade Bowen, and others.
Gifted with a rich emotive voice that illuminates his lyrics, Cooper says that each album “is another chapter of my life, every song is a short snippet of all the things I have encountered over the years, good times… bad times… and everything in between. I believe the music has evolved because I have evolved… the older you get, the less and less you are scared to try new things, branch out and test your limits.”