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Devin Cooke Band

Devin Cooke Band

Christian Rock / Country Back Bay, NB, CA  CA
Be Ready
Be Ready
You Could Be The One
You Could Be The One
Come On
Come On
Let's Give
Let's Give

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Lets Give

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  • Glorify (Artist)
    Glorify
    HI DEVIN COOK BAND, WOW..LOVE YOUR SONG "COME ON" FABULOUS VOICE!!!! GOD BLESS. K.D.
  • Skellig (Artist)
    Skellig
    Hey great tunes with a great message ... look us up when you get out West - would be great to do some gigs.
  • Steve Zuwala (Artist)
    Steve Zuwala
    Continued success in 2014!
  • Steve Zuwala (Artist)
    Steve Zuwala
    Great music.. enjoyed listening
  • Nancy Watson (Artist)
    Nancy Watson
    Great sound! Love your music ... beautiful!!
  • Mike Vinson (Artist)
    Mike Vinson
    Enjoyed listening to "Be Ready". Great vocals and musicianship. Wishing you much success.

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Members

Devin Cooke

Vocals

Jonathan Hatt

Drums

Ian Lee

Keyboard

Scott Matheson

Bass

About

Sounds Like: Emerson Drive, High Valley, Paul Brandt, Third Day, Building 429

Manager: Devin Cooke

Bio: Devin Cooke Band is made up of talented musicians that have a passion for music. This band has a vision and a call on their lives to make a difference with the music they play. This is evident both on and off the stage. The members of this band have been blessed with much success in the music ...See Full Bio

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Q: Why does Aaron wear a glove?

A: Great question, one we get asked a lot! Aaron first learned to play bass at a young age but on an upright bass not an electric bass. He used to practice a lot and his hands would be in pain after a while, so he learned that by wearing a glove his hands could withstand more. Later on in his life when he and 5 of his brothers started touring with the Clark Family Experience he switched over to playing an electric bass for many songs but because he was so used to playing with a glove on his left hand he would still use it because it felt comfortable.

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Mon Oct 28 2013

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  • Song Plays +19 2,683
  • Video Plays +2 638
  • Total Fans +1 3,391
  • ReverbNation Fans +1 408
  • Facebook Likes 2,271
  • Twitter Followers 592
  • YouTube Subscribers 48
  • Mobile App Users 2
  • Widget Impressions +2 8,809

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