I was recently interviewed by Platinum on The Mansion of M: Radio Chaos on WCPR internet radio
Click here to listen to Part 1 (air date 1/14/2016, 60 minutes)
Click here to listen to Part 2 (air date 1/21/2016, 60 minutes)

Who Is Bryan Cooper?

Bryan Cooper is a versatile musician, primarily playing drums, cajon, and percussion in the South Jersey/Philadelphia market. Often described as being a solid "in-the-pocket" drummer, who appreciates the dynamics of the music he is playing, "Coop" has performed with many rock, blues, folk and jazz ensembles, acoustic artists, marching corps, orchestras, and theatrical workshops. Bryan also dabbles on rhythm guitar, electric bass, and keyboard, can provide background vocals, and has even penned a few original songs. He is also experienced in live audio, sound-cueing, recording, and stage lighting.

Bryan's current collaborations include grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Tim Gleeson and his band The Luck Brothers (Blues and Soul), and The McLain Conspiracy (a new, for NJ at least, classic rock band).  He also supports occasional acoustic performances (usually on the cajon) with Lost Art, Rusty & Jan (Rock and Folk), Marc Lancaster (Indie Rock), and George O'Brien (Indie Rock). He also lays down the beat for the otherwise all-girl lineup of The Jersey Peaches (Rock/Pop), and makes frequent open mic appearances with Three Cat Clem ("Deconstruction Blues").

... and it's still not enough for "The Coop"!


Bryan is a long-time regular on the South Jersey/Philadelphia Open Mic circuit, playing with anyone who needs drums and percussion.

Find out more on Bryan Cooper's [About] page.

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Bryan is available for short-term, long-term and fill-in engagements in the Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia metropolitan areas
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