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Band News (more headlines) 05-20-2015

Steve Cooke’s Rocking California’s Summer With New Single And Celebrity Concerts

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For British Rock & Roll singer and songwriter Steve Cooke, 2015 is proving to be a great year. His momentum sky rocketed after a New Year’s Grammy showcase in Los Angeles and he’s been concentrating on live performances, like his recent “BritWeek Rock’n’ Roll Extravaganza” with British and American Special Guest Celebrities at the Sayers club in Hollywood.

Cooke’s annual BritWeek Rock ‘N’ Roll event is in its 3rd year. BritWeek was established 9 years ago by Nigel Lithgow and Bob Pierce and celebrates the special relationships between the UK and California through Innovation, Business, Arts, Culture and Music. Cooke managed to ensemble a band that reflects Britweek’s purpose, with power house drummers British Heart Breaker (Tom Petty) Steve Ferrone and American Adam Gust, both accompanied by American bass player Michael Bradford, who plays for British Musicians Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) & Beatle Ringo Starr, forging a killer rhythm section. The theme kept going with American Scott Page on Saxophone, who plays with iconic British band Pink Floyd. Cooke completed the line up with renowned multi instrumentalist Jawn Star, who is currently performing with Legendary American band “Player” who’s classic smash hit “Baby come back” is still resonating on the US air waves.

The celebrity shows keep on coming for Cooke. He was just invited to sing with the hit 70’s Jazz- Rock fusion band “Oblivion Express” with world famous organ and keys player Brian Auger & drummer Steve Ferrone at the “Malibu Guitar festival” last Sunday in Malibu.

Cooke was sharing the stage with incredible guitar talents and performers including Orianthi (Michael Jackson) & Tommy Emmanuel. Other highlights were a performance by Kevin Costner and Cooke singing a rousing version of “I shot the Sheriff” with the “All Star Jam band” featuring 7 guitarists and 2 bass players with Steve Ferrone on drums to finish the day’s festivities.

Cooke’s next shows will be announced soon, but for now he is busy with mixing his new single “California Girls like to Rock ’n’ Roll” in Melrose recording studios on the Raleigh’s film lot. The live version of “Cal Girls R&R” is featured in a popular German reality TV series, where millions of German TV viewers tune in to watch the VOX/RTL TV programs.

Cooke is also working on producing a Mini Movie and Music Clip that will combine a “behind the scenes” segment for a follow up broadcast in Germany later this year. The footage will also include young aspiring European actresses and models that want to be “California Girls” and how they pursue their careers to become Hollywood stars.

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