Here's what others had to say about 'Drifters and Dreamers'....
"Every once in awhile, there comes a singer-songwriter who stands above the rest. Americana artist, Travis Cooper is one of those. Following in the footsteps of Jim Lauderdale and Townes Van Zandt, Cooper is a thinking man's songwriter. You won't hear any trite formula or novelty songs on either of his CD's. He is a man with a message and delivers it moving from bluesy, alt- country to gospel inflected tunes. Check out his work,you won't be disappointed"
-Eileen Sisk Author of Buck Owens The Biography
"Travis Cooper's music has the sound of red dirt and green hills. It's both dirty and sweet. I can't wait to see what he does next!"
-Dr. Kent Gustvason Author of Blind But Now I See, The Biography of Doc Watson
"We've been fortunate to have Travis grace our store with several in store appearances. Our crowd is a blend of locals and visiting tourists. However, I've noticed that regardless who is in the store that day, everyone stops to pay attention to his tunes. Although I hear a few classics during his set from Steve Earle and John Prine, his originals are the ones I leave with."
-Lauren Wray American Pickers/Antique Archeology Nashville
Here's what fellow artists had to say about Travis's first record 'portage'....
"Travis Cooper brings a new fresh sound to the music table. He has an unblemished new style that fills the gap for many listeners falling between hard-driving alt-country music and bluegrass. He proudly possesses an all-original album of which the multi-talented artist wrote, produced, sang, and played guitar. Every cut is written from the heart, and holds a unique sound and story. I was very honored to be a part of Travis' project and I personally wish the inspired and hard working artist the very best."
Panda Productions Recording Studio- Hendersonville,TN
"Travis Cooper is an artist cut from the writing styles of Texas songwriters like Guy Clark to Townes Van Zandt. With a new fresh edge, great guitar playing and a voice that cuts, he gives his songwriting a foundation to build a great performance upon. Its evident in his new CD. I was a fan even before I heard it. Look out for Travis and make sure you go see him, you'll be a fan too."
Ritchie Owens & The Farm Bureau
"I enjoyed playing on Travis's album…I respect his traditional, raw approach to his music…Along the lines of Waylon and Willie."
Nashville "A List" Session Guitarist