Bobby Cool
Gig Seeker Pro

Bobby Cool

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | INDIE

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | INDIE
Band Country Singer/Songwriter




"Review: Bobby Cool EP"

I heard it: “I can’t get home, I can’t get home, fast enough”. The classic honky-tonk sounds of Bobby Cool. This band is rocking; tearing it up with catchy songs that bounce through your head like old classics, which start your feet tapping as the good time tunes come busting through.

Listen to the fiddle wailing and the pedal steel sliding in I Can’t Get Home (Fast Enough), a song that establishes him as a solid contender in the world of country music players. This is a hit record that everybody wants to hear, it will shake the walls of the honky-tonks across the world as he follows it up with the warm Married to the Road that has a more bluegrass feel to it.

The fiddle sings in Married to the Road which never hesitates to add a jive guitar riff to the mix. The Man in the Moon is the cry in your beer, tear-jerker that is a sad and lonely song, the emotion pours into your mind with the exquisite lyrics. Someone Like You is reminiscent of Willie Nelson’s late 50s sound, as is Night Life.

Wishing Time Away just cements the quality of this five song EP with its simple elegance and classic sounds that fit right into the mix of this CD. It’s classic country music, written in your life time. Sweet, country music with the pedal steel whispering the blues while the guitars wail and the singer who sings with all the passion that will take you on an emotional ride like few modern, country singers do.

By Vernon Tart - Culture Bomb

"Bobby Cool Sample Press Release"


Bobby Cool will appear in concert at (Venue Name) located at (Venue Address) on (Day and Date) at (Time). Tickets are (Ticket Price).

Bobby Cool is from Alpharetta, Georgia and is a graduate of The University of Georgia. Cool is a country traditionalist, through and through, but he has the ability to incorporate other genres, namely, folk, rock and roll, and blues, yet still remain country.

Cool currently has a seven song EP out with four full band tracks and three acoustic tracks. The songs from the EP are garnering artist and label interest, as Cool is being represented by Spring Barrel Songpluggers a Nashville based songwriters organization. Cool has also won two songwriters competitions at Puckett’s Grocery, a historic landmark in downtown Franklin, and a battle of the bands in Smyrna, TN.

In addition to the success Cool is seeing playing shows, he has also gained some notoriety in the online radio community. He has been the feature artist of the month on several online radio stations, and had the top pop score for the online radio station, Jango, which boasts over 7 million listeners.

Currently residing in Nashville, TN, Cool has played the world famous Bluebird Café and other Nashville hot spots such as The Listening Room Café, Mickey Roos, and Douglas Corner.

Come see Bobby Cool, for what is sure to be a great show, at (Venue Name) located at (Venue Address) on (Day and Date) at (Time). For reservations and information call (Phone Number).
- Cool Music, Inc.


Bobby Cool - Demo CD
Bobby Cool - Self-Titled EP (Singles: Wishing Time Away, Married To The Road)



Bobby Cool was born, Robert Talton Cool, in Atlanta, Georgia on March 26, 1986. He grew up listening to artists like James Taylor, Bruce Springsteen, and Billy Joel. And for most of his childhood, Bobby listened to the rock, folk, and pop that his parents would play around the house. It wasn't until high school that he first started listening to country music.

"A friend of mine grew up listening to country, but we would make fun of him, and talk about how all he was listening to was that his truck broke down, his baby left him, and his dog got runned over," Cool laughs. "But then, he played us some stuff, and I was like okay, maybe this isn't so bad. Then, I found that I couldn't get those songs out of my head. And then I was hooked. It all happened very fast," Cool jokes.

Cool is a country music traditionalist through and through, but he has the ability to incorporate various musical genres into his music and still keep it country. "I think it was Waylon Jennings that said, country music is all in the singer," Cool explains. "I feel like the music that I write and play is county music and no matter if it is stretched, one way or the other, it will still be country."

Cool has released a four-song demo and a self-titled EP of five songs, which are all self penned. “I was so excited to get those songs out there,” he says. “But in hindsight, I might have done everything a little too hastily. It was a great learning experience though and I will definitely do things a little differently next time around.” He pauses before he adds with a smirk, “If there is a next time around”.

That next time, as he says, is currently on no timetable. “I’m writing a ton, right now, and writing with a lot of great writers in Nashville. Obviously, I think, like most people, I would rather not have to wait a long time before I release something again and would like to get it out as fast as I can. But, like I said earlier, I’ve learned a lot from doing that already, and I have to recognize that I’m not on my time, so we’ll see.”

In addition to writing and playing, Cool is contracted by a songplugger in Nashville, helping plug other writers’ material. “I’m with an awesome group of people who have been so encouraging for me,” he says. “It’s great to have somebody who believes in what you’re doing and who is there to help you along the way.” And when asked about how long he’ll pursue music as a career, he pauses and says with a smile, “Until the Good Lord tells me its time hang up the hat.” With new songs in waiting, however, something tells me he won’t be hanging it up anytime soon.