Cooper Alan

Cooper Alan

With his warm baritone voice, laid-back vibes, and country-pop smarts, Cooper Alan made a rapid rise to success in 2020 with songs like "New Normal" and "Climate Change." Pairing relatable messages and strong melodies with production built for a modern audience, the North Carolinian struck a chord, particularly in the social media set where his songs went viral.

A native of Winston-Salem, Alan attended University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, gigging heavily with his band on the side. After graduation, he headed to Nashville, where he quickly connected with producer and songwriter Victoria Shaw (Garth Brooks, Lady A) who heard something special in the young artist and offered him a publishing deal. He made his debut in 2019 with "Climate Change," a catchy track comparing global warming to the cooling conditions of a relationship. Audiences took notice and streamed the song into the millions. 2020 releases like "Warm Beer" and "Pink Umbrella Drinks" received modest attention, and Alan struck gold again with "New Normal," which topped the iTunes country chart and went viral on social media platforms.

His newest single, “Can’t Dance”, is OUT NOW and available on all streaming platforms!