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D.C. Cooper

Country of origin:
United States
Location:
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Status:
On hold
Formed in:
1999
Genre:
Progressive Metal
Lyrical themes:
N/A
Last label:
InsideOut Music
Years active:
1999-present
D.C. Cooper was a finalist in the competition to be Judas Priest's vocalist after Rob Halford left.

He has been a guest vocalist for Edenbridge, Genius, Explorers Club, and Shadow Gallery.
Last known
Dennis Ward Bass (1999-present)
See also: Missa Mercuria, Pink Cream 69, Unisonic, Wicked Sensation, Place Vendome, ex-Bob Catley, ex-Dezperadoz
Kosta Zafiriou Drums (1999-present)
See also: Unisonic, Krokus (live), ex-Pink Cream 69, ex-Kymera, ex-Place Vendome
Alfred Koffler Guitars (1999-present)
See also: Missa Mercuria, Pink Cream 69
Günter Werno Keyboards (1999-present)
See also: Missa Mercuria, Vanden Plas, Place Vendome, ex-Kamelot (live)
D.C. Cooper Vocals (1999-present)
See also: Amaran's Plight, Missa Mercuria, Royal Hunt, ex-Silent Force
Past
Tore Østby Guitars (1999-?)
See also: ex-Ark, ex-Conception, ex-Street Legal
Dennis Ward Bass (1999-present)
See also: Missa Mercuria, Pink Cream 69, Unisonic, Wicked Sensation, Place Vendome, ex-Bob Catley, ex-Dezperadoz
Kosta Zafiriou Drums (1999-present)
See also: Unisonic, Krokus (live), ex-Pink Cream 69, ex-Kymera, ex-Place Vendome
Alfred Koffler Guitars (1999-present)
See also: Missa Mercuria, Pink Cream 69
Günter Werno Keyboards (1999-present)
See also: Missa Mercuria, Vanden Plas, Place Vendome, ex-Kamelot (live)
D.C. Cooper Vocals (1999-present)
See also: Amaran's Plight, Missa Mercuria, Royal Hunt, ex-Silent Force
Tore Østby Guitars (1999-?)
See also: ex-Ark, ex-Conception, ex-Street Legal
Added by: PowerProg_Adam Modified by: Andre Gaius
Added on: 2003-02-08 19:13:33 Last modified on: 2013-12-16 17:46:50
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