Thursday, September 22, 2011

MARK COOKE TO RELEASE LIMITED EDITION LIVING FOR THE WEEKEND

MARK COOKE TO RELEASE LIMITED EDITION LIVING FOR THE WEEKEND ON SEPTEMBER 26

Cooke’s 6 Song EP includes next single “Anyway The Wind Blows” soon to go for adds at country radio

NASHVILLE, TN (September 21, 2011) – Country artist Mark Cooke is set to release his much anticipated, limited edition, debut EP Living For The Weekend on September 26.  Produced by Nashville veterans J.Gary Smith and John Smith, this 6 song collection includes his latest single “I Love It” and his next single “Anyway The Wind Blows” written by hit songwriters Mark Nesler, Jennifer Hanson and Marty Dodson. 
 
“Mark Cooke is one of those rare performers who conveys personality and charisma in every vocal.  He is a natural entertainer.”  Pat Geary, Voice of Country
 
"Thanks to ‘I Love It,’ Mark Cooke has become a favorite new artist with our listeners!  I think he has a very bright future in the biz." Kelly Green, WEIO
 
Mark is currently about to embark on a national radio tour promoting Living For The Weekend and his next single “Anyway The Wind Blows” which will be released later this fall.  Living For The Weekend will be available on iTunes, Amazon and other online outlets.  Visit www.MarkCooke.com to order Living For The Weekend or for more information.
 
About Mark Cooke
Born and raised in East Texas, Mark Cooke is an accomplished singer/songwriter who is no stranger to country music. He has always been a lover of music from a very young child to chasing the dream today in Music City, U.S.A. Mark recently has been signed to CVR (Label and Management) run by Music Row veteran producers J. Gary Smith and John Smith. Together they recorded his CVR debut EP due September 26 with plans for a full album in 2012.  His next single, “Anyway The Wind Blows,” will go for adds in November 2011.
www.markcooke.com

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