Steve Cooke will release his new single “California Girls Rock’n’Roll’ during BritWeek’s 10th anniversary Rock’n Roll show.
From the first notes on Cooke’s unique 12 string and his sweat vocals, can you imagine driving down the Pacific Coast Highway early in the morning with the wind in your hair and the sun on your face.
Its one of those classic songs that make you feel good and have fun. With all women in mind, not just the super models, did Cooke compose this song .
His acoustic 12 string is the base of the song and the power house chorus is driven by his electric 12 string Gibson Les Paul , adding the rocking undertones to the track together that gets everyone to sing along.
“I certainly hope everyone in the world will have fun with this song and enjoy their upcoming summer this year,” says Cooke.
Steve Cooke's style can be described as a marriage of Blues, Hard rock, Americana and Acoustic music, topped with heavy choruses, lots of light and shade and dynamic singing. Cooke's vocal influences are most commonly cited among late-60's and early 70's.
Have a listen to a soundbite of the single here: http://tinyurl.com/gl45ln3
You can buy the song worldwide in digital format on itunes Amazon and CD baby up from May 7th. Pre order the song here http://tinyurl.com/ja5wgwb