Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Peter Cooper Gets Away from the Keyboard

Peter Cooper has been long known for his music writing in Nashville's daily The Tennessean and has more recently become known for writing music. His debut, Mission Door, puts him squarely in thinking mans' country territory with musings on - among other things - midlife crises ("Boy Genius"), sobriety and the lack of it ("Wine"), and "715," a show-stopping ramble on what it was to be a young boy enthralled by Hank Aaron in the south, all set over steel strings.

Sound: Boy Genius

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