New video "Making a Killing" 

Big news here is the release of my new video "Making a Killing." This song is from the latest CD, Incendiary Kid, produced by Thomm Jutz and myself. The track features Thomm on acoustic guitar, Dave Francis on upright bass, Lynn Williams on drums and percussion, Justin Moses on banjo and fiddle, and me on acoustic guitar and harmonica. Anana Kaye and Irakli Gabriel of Duende Vision filmed and edited the video and I think they did a fantastic job. Check it out and let me know what you think.

Dana Cooper Inks Artist Endorsement Deal with AirPlay Direct 

I am now an official AirPlay Direct Endorsed Artist!  

Through AirPlay Direct's eco-system I am able to introduce my music legacy to radio programmers and music professionals all over the globe. AirPlay Direct is truly invaluable, not only in introducing new music to the world, but as a place where everything I've recorded can be discovered again and again. This means that over 11,000 radio stations will have access to my entire body of recorded work. 

Follow this link to view my AirPlay Direct Incendiary

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Back in the USA 

Back in the USA after a couple of months in Canada and Ireland. Have to say folks have been extremely welcoming everywhere I've traveled yet they're curious about the state of our union. Seeing through the eyes of others often puts things into a clearer perspective. But I admit to a growing anxiety and confusion about how to bring people together in my own country. All I can do is sing my songs and share what messages of love and commonality I can with whoever will listen. As difficult as times are I am…

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Your Incendiary Kid 

Hip hip hooray! The Inishfree Ireland Tour is now filled to capacity! Thank you to all who are joining Linda and me for our third adventure along the Wild Atlantic Way. It's a joy to work with the fabulous Inishfree team again. Visiting our Irish friends,  hearing their music and stories, walking the countryside and towns, and sharing it all with our fellow travelers is more fun than I probably deserve to have. But I'll take it gratefully.

Speaking of gratitude, thanks to Travianna Records for…

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