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JP Cooper

JP Cooper is a singer songwriter of exceptional talent. Combing sweet harmonies on guitar, luscious strings, piano and beautiful vocals, he draws influence from Donnie Hathaway, Bill Rovers and Stevie Wonder. His songs of heartache draw on folk and gospel to great effect, leaving everyone in the room feeling he is just singing to them.

Born in 1983 and hailing from Middleton, North Manchester, Cooper sang gospel in The Manchester Sing Out Choir before striking out on his own.

He was picked up by BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens who was quick to champion Cooper. Benefitting from the fantastic support, Cooper went on to playing a nationwide tour that was soon sold out.

His first release, Keep The Quiet Out EP, encapsulated his skill to weave a story into the listener’s imagination through the depth of emotion and really shows off just how talented at music craft he is. Heart rendering and intricate, the soulful songs resonated with audiences everywhere and shot into the Top 5 in the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart.

2015 saw the star touring across the UK to promote his last release When the Darkness Comes EP, before flying out to Austin, Texas, to play a slot at the SXSW Festival.

The EP saw the singer go on a journey through sound, touching on topics vital to the human condition such as love, longing and loss. His skill really shines through on the title track, where he considers the need to abdicate from reality to be able to gain some sort of clarity. That understanding can only come whilst resting in the still of the dark.
Also on the EP is the agonising song Satellite, a tender exploration of the terrible agony that comes with unrequired love.

Ernest, intense and intimate with a voice that enraptures all that hear him.

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JP Cooper Plus Rhys Lewis O2 Institute Birmingham, Birmingham
Friday 8th December 2017
December 2017
8 December
JP CooperO2 Institute BirminghamBirmingham18:00Book Tickets
JP Cooper Fan Reviews (12) 5.0
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"Amazing night"
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JP Cooper, SWX, Bristol - 17th October 2017

Had an amazing night, defo worth the wait!

Posted by Sophie Dowling on 19/10/2017

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JP Cooper, SWX, Bristol - 17th October 2017

Booking went well. Tickets arrived on time. Venue good.
J.P. Cooper was fantastic.
Gave a great performance such a nice chap.
Cant wait to see him again.

Posted by lesley on 19/10/2017

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JP Cooper, SWX, Bristol - 17th October 2017

Anybody who doesn’t go and see this man live are missing out big time. I’ve been to many gigs and concerts. This was by far the best. Heart wrenching lyrics, beautiful melodies, great band and an absolute gentleman.

Posted by Sally on 18/10/2017

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JP Cooper, SWX, Bristol - 17th October 2017

I love the venue as it was a great size,easy to see the stage wherever W.E stood. Sound was good although a bit bassy on the support act,perfect for JP . And it was my old stomping ground when I was a teenager so it ghastly fond memories. Perfect evening.

Posted by Janice Fudge on 18/10/2017

"Even better than I had dared hope"
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JP Cooper, SWX, Bristol - 17th October 2017

This was my first time to SWX Bristol. It's a lovely medium sized yet intimate venue.
JP came on at 9 on the dot & sang songs mostly from his recent top 10 album, varying between acoustic, electic and no guitar. The room was filled with a wall of beautiful sound over which JPs unique vocals danced. I've seen JP twice before and this was a step up in scale & quality of the songs. It was a treat to see him as his star is rising fast. His music is beautiful and his approach to life is honest & warm. He played for an hour & then came back for an encore of 2 songs. He came out to meet fans at the merch stall after the gig, smiling, hugging, signing, selfieing. It was a very special night & I think the whole audience felt the same.

Posted by Elizabeth R on 18/10/2017