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David Cooper


David CooperSaturday Night

I am an unsigned singer/songwriter from Sunderland in the north east UK.

I have been writing songs for a few years now and have CD’s on various web sites such as CD Baby, Itunes , Spotify etc. My goal is to write good songs and hopefully have come up with a few along the way.

I love writing and recording songs – it gives me great pleasure staring from nothing but a blank piece of paper and finally coming up with something that sounds good.

I have collaborated with other people while being on SoundCloud – my long-time partner Ralph Donkin writes exceedingly good lyrics and between us have come up with many a good song.

My other partner Glen Granthem from Sacramento in USA has also been inspirational in my recordings – he is a very talented musician and producer and has brought life to many of my songs that otherwise would have been second rate. We also have collaborated on many songs.

I have written songs with other people and I thank them from the bottom of my heart for their endeavours.

Thank you for all of you that have listened and commented on my songs and those who will in the future. I am very grateful that you stopped by and listened – hope you have enjoyed what you have heard.

Again many thanks and good luck for the future in your musical endeavours.

You can check out more about David at his website here.

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