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Born of a Scottish mother and an English father, Ray Cooper grew up in England and started to play in bands when he was 16. Moving between rock, punk, pop and world music, and working as a singer, bass guitar player and cellist, he finally hooked up with Oysterband in 1988 and began a long exploration into his own roots.
Moving to Sweden in 2000, Cooper continued playing with Oysterband, eventually touring in 27 countries and recording 19 albums. In 2012 they won 3 awards from BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards for best group, best album and best traditional track and were dubbed by fRoots magazine as one of the 3 ‘Icons Of Folk’.
After releasing Tales of Love War and Death by Hanging in 2010, Cooper began to tour solo, playing at folk festivals and a variety of other venues, including house concerts and all-acoustic shows in England, Wales, Sweden, Denmark and Gemany.