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Ray Cooper

Ray Cooper

Folk / Folk Rock / Singer/songwriter In the forest near Stockholm, SE  SE
Tears Of Isis
Tears Of Isis
The Dark Days Are Over
The Dark Days Are Over
My Compass Points To North
My Compass Points To North


Ray Cooper (Chopper) -  Dark Days Are Over


  • Fri

    Feb 20

    Upper Basildon, UK | 7:00pm
  • Sun

    Feb 15

    York, NIR, UK | 7:00pm

    To the Blue are delighted once more to be supporting the legendary folk musician and singer songwriter Ray Cooper (ex-Oysterband), as he returns to the atmospheric, candlelit setting of Barley Hall.

  • 2014

    Nov 15

    Upper Basildon, UK | 7:00pm
  • 2014

    Nov 13

    Leicester, UK | 12:00pm
  • 2014

    Nov 12

    Birmingham, UK | 7:00pm


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  • Sick Bird (Artist)
    Sick Bird
    Great music u have here!! Check me out when u have time: http://sickbirdmusic.com
  • Andrew M. Hall (Artist)
    Andrew M. Hall
    Enjoying your song and lyric! Nice smooth vocals.
  • Judi Austin (Artist)
    Judi Austin
    Really like your passion! Wonderful!
  • Svend Seegert (Artist)
    Svend Seegert
    Thanks for listen. I like the mood, the songs and the cello work. :-) Svend


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Ray Cooper



Sounds Like: Johnny Cash, Ennio Morricone, June Tabor, Oysterband, Show of Hands

Label: Westpark Music

Bio: Ray Cooper is an independent singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist currently living in Sweden. His first solo album Tales of Love War and Death by Hanging was released in 2010. The second album, Palace Of Tears will be released in August 2014 in Europe and September in the UK.
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Ray Cooper has a show on 2015-02-15 at 19:00 @ Barley Hall in York, NIR, UK http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5l142j #concert


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Q: Ray, have watched you many times and think your solo works are superb, however you and your cello are the backbone of the Oysterand. Is there no chance of a reprieve? Rob Cobley

A: Well, I never say never. However I am enjoying being a solo artist, it is pushing me harder and i think I am developing more. I am also having a lot of fun and playing some interesting places. This year will see the publication of a songbook.

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