Kolby Cooper Says A Collab With Pecos & The Rooftops Is Coming

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Axel Marcenaro

Get ready.

I got the chance to sit down and ask Kolby Cooper a handful of questions last week at Steamboat’s MusicFest.

And while he shared that he’d love to have a beer with Waylon Jennings or Kurt Cobain, perhaps the most exciting news is that a collab with Pecos and the Rooftops is coming soon.

I’m not sure if that means it’ll be on the upcoming Pecos record, or if Kolby Cooper is already cooking up some new tunes, but either way I am excited to hear what the two have mixed up.

Check it out:


♬ original sound – Whiskey Riff

Kolby Cooper was just featured on the cover of our Country Stress Reliver playlist that can be found on Spotify or Apple Music.

Kolby Cooper Releases Acoustic Performance Of “Storm’s Coming”

Back in August, Kolby Cooper released his debut major label album, Boy From Anderson County To The Moon.

It was a massive leap in Cooper’s young career, and it’s been one helluva ride watching him go from playing tiny venues in Texas, just trying to make a name for himself, to becoming a powerhouse in the Texas country rock scene, and now, a household name across the United States with a major label deal.

Pretty damn good for a young gun from Anderson County, Texas.

Cooper’s latest album is filled with a number of stellar hits, even featuring a number of songs from his Boy From Anderson County EP, like “Excuses,” “Way To Go,” “Good For You,” and “Boy From Anderson County,” while also boasting a few songs that have quickly become fan favorites, like “Breaking News,” “Are We On Fire,” “Storm’s Coming,” and more.

“Storm’s Coming” has quickly become one of my favorite songs on the album, as Cooper sings about how a tough night in his relationship with his significant other turns into making it up in all the right ways.

The chorus speaks for itself:

“Board up the door to the bedroom
Raise some hell, put a wreckin’ ball dent in my pride
Throw a wine bottle, let me send it full throttle
Likе it’s caught in a cyclone
Baby, let’s ride this out, gеt it all out
Makin’ words that hurt, shake the whole damn house
It’s darkest ‘fore the light, girl, ain’t you tired of runnin’?
Hold on tight ’cause a storm’s comin'”

With that being said, Cooper released a stripped down, acoustic video of the song, featuring just acoustic guitar, and keys.

Check it out:


A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock