Singer/Songwriter Ricky Cook Takes Country Radio By Storm
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Ricky Cook's top 50 single climbing high on Country Music Radio Charts across the Country.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - March 12, 2019 - illiNews -- Country traditionalist Ricky Cook was born and raised in Oakdale, Tennessee, atop the Cumberland Plateau in East Tennessee. Cook found a passion for country music at the age of 8 with the help of his songwriting grandmother, who played a big role in crafting his talent. After many odd jobs in his hometown, Cook left Oakdale to follow his passion for music. He immediately realized he still had to pay the bills and landed a job on a horse farm in Kentucky. His other great passion besides music was horses, so Cook quickly became a very successful horse trainer in Kentucky and had his first American Saddlebred World Champion Horse that first year. This was followed by many Blue Ribbon wins.

Cook has been influenced throughout his lifetime by Conway Twitty, George Strait, Dolly Parton, and Loretta Lynn. His debut single to country radio, "Thanks A Lot, Loretta" was rooted with the traditional country music feel, but did not stop mainstream radio stations from spinning the record.

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Cook's current single to radio "It's All In The Kiss" was released at the end of 2018 and is currently a top 50 hit on radio across the country and continues to climb. With the success that Cook has had in the past few months, this has definitely helped to name him "The Artist To Watch for 2019".

His album "Thanks A Lot Loretta" is available online at all music outlets in CD and Vinyl or directly on the shelf at the infamous Ernest Tubb Record Shop in Nashville, Tennessee.

Vicki Louise -Marie
Real Press Nashville

Source: Imperator Records
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