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COOPER ALAN TO MAKE GRAND OLE OPRY DEBUT ON SEPTEMBER 21

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (September 9, 2022) – Country singer Cooper Alan will be making his Grand Ole Opry debut on September 21! Joining the lineup that includes Opry members The Isaacs and the Del McCoury Band along with Priscilla Block, Steven Curtis Chapman and more. Alan’s debut will be a monumental moment in his budding career. Fans can purchase tickets now at Opry.com.

“Making my Opry debut is something I’ve dreamed of my entire life. My heroes have all sung on that stage and I’m incredibly honored, humbled, and grateful that it is my turn to step into that circle. A huge thank you to the Opry staff for believing in me and my amazing team for working so hard to help me get here!” says Alan.

The news was broken to Cooper by Grand Ole Opry Director of Artist Relations & Programming Strategy Jordan Pettit in a video posted on TikTok.

“We have lots of respect for artists who go from playing bars to headlining their own tours, all while growing such an engaged & dedicated fan base. Because of that, we’re thrilled to welcome Cooper onto the Grand Ole Opry stage to make his debut,” said Pettit.

With over 100 million streams on his music and 10 million followers across social platforms, Cooper has built a loyal fanbase through years of writing, releasing music and playing sold-out shows across the country. Inspired by artists like Eric Church, Luke Combs, Kid Rock, and Kenny Chesney, Cooper is honored to step into the legendary Opry circle for his debut later this month. For more information, please visit cooperalanmusic.com.

About Cooper Alan
If you like country music and you’re on any social media app, you’ve probably seen Cooper Alan on your screen in the past two years. The up-and-coming country star has independently built a fanbase of over 10 million followers and has earned over 100 million streams on his music. Originally from Winston Salem, NC, he spent his high school and college years playing bars, college campuses, and Honky Tonks all across the Carolinas. He and his band became the “go to” for great music and a high energy, all night throwdown performance. After graduation, Cooper packed up his guitar and moved to Nashville as fast as he could, where he had the incredible luck of meeting hit songwriter/producer Victoria Shaw who signed him within weeks to a publishing deal. He is fortunate and proud to have the opportunity to write songs with people like Rivers Rutherford, Seth Mosley, Matt Nolen, Skip Black, Kent Blazy, Desmond Child, Jeffrey Steele, and Victoria Shaw. His hit singles include “New Normal”, “Tough Ones”, “Colt 45 (Country Remix)”, “Can’t Dance”, “First Rodeo,” and many more. His songs have reached #1 on the iTunes Charts multiple times. This past year, Cooper started his own record label (Cooped Up Records) and began to translate his social media audience into killer live shows, selling out venues all across the country. Because of his streaming and live touring success, he was named a “Next Big Thing” artist by Music Row Magazine.