Pro bronc rider-turned-country singer Ross Cooper has signed with UTA for booking representation, aligning with agents Cass Scripps and Kaleb Tooker.
Today, Cooper releases the new song, “South of the Angels,” penned by Cooper alongside Billy McClaren. He is set to release a new studio album, Chasing Old Highs, on Feb. 26, 2021.
“People from where we’re from seem to have a certain way of talking and acting, even walking,” Cooper says of his Lubbock, TX hometown. “People back home are tough as nails. They have to be, because it’s not the easiest place to live. This song is one of my favorites.”
Cooper released his debut project, Give It Time, in 2014, and followed with 2018’s I Rode Wild Horses. The upcoming album was produced by Oscar Charles and features musicians including Rob McNelley (Bob Seger) and Jeremy Fetzer (Duane Eddy, Steelism).
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