Early Days Cooper's origins are from North Carolina; the musician was born into a family who loves sports & music. The first family member to learn an instrument, his musical journey began with the trumpet. Later in middle school, he connected with the guitar and felt cool to be seen as a guitarist. Stepping up into eighth grade, he formed a band, and throughout the school years, they performed many high school gigs. Disco, pop, and rock were the genres he liked, and later, he was charmed by the storytelling vibe of country music. After high school, Cooper studied business at the University of North Carolina; outside of class, the band performed in college bars. During his college years, a friend presented him with an opportunity to contact country music artist Victoria Shaw. They met up while Cooper was in New York, and she expressed they should keep in contact when he came down to Nashville. Career After graduation, Copper moved to the home of country music Nashville, and within a few days, he contacted Victoria; on the spot, she offered him a publishing deal. At the start of the 2020 covid pandemic, it was a difficult time for musicians. Not able to go out and perform, Cooper wasn't sure which way to turn. Finding out that Tik-Tok was a great marketing tool and a fast way to gain a fanbase, he signed up and began uploading music video clips. Before long, his fanbase grew, and his additional social media platforms increased. On Tik-Tok, Cooper recognized he had to move fast; after releasing a snippet of the track "Tough Ones," swiftly, he recorded and released the song, and it gained the no:1 spot on the iTunes chart. Following through with his song, "Too Soon," today, Cooper Alan is back on the road performing.