Release Date: April 22nd, 2014

Track Listing:

  1. Don't Sink My Ship
  2. Wings Of An Angel
  3. When The Well Runs Dry
  4. When Your Sweetheart Turns Sour
  5. Breaks Down On Me
  6. Down Here
  7. Dancing In The Rain
  8. Let It Burn
  9. Take A Ride With Me
  10. She Walked Away
  11. The Sun Setting Low
  12. Rain On My Parade
  13. Carry Me Through
  14. Out Of The Cold


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A talented musician, vocalist, and an off the chart performer.
Guests are still raving about Bobby and his performance at our Club. We will definitely be having him back again!! He was very professional and flexible with our budget and timeline. Thanks Bobby!
— Laura G. - Club Event - Louisville, KY
More than simply an artist on stage singing to a crowd, Cool’s live shows are a constant intercommunication between himself and the audience
— The Red & Black Newspaper
This band is rocking; tearing it up with catchy songs that bounce through your head like old classics, which start your feet tapping as the good time tunes come busting through.
— Vernon Tart, Culturebomb

Bobby Cool | Light In The Dark


Georgia-raised, Nashville-based singer-songwriter Bobby Cool’s brand of music is infused with country, bluegrass, and roots. His debut album Light In The Dark, which was nominated by the IMAs for Country Album of the Year, is a compilation of well-crafted stories, examining life and the most fundamental matters of the heart.

Produced by Mike Proctor (Little Big Town, Gary Allen, Lionel Richie) and self-released on his own label, Cool Records, the album is comprised of 14 songs, 13 of which he wrote/co-wrote. Cool has shared the stage with Brantley Gilbert, written with some of music row’s top tunesmiths, opened an arena of over 2000 people at a Duck Dynasty event in Little Rock, AR, and is the two-time reigning top country entertainer on

While attending the University of Georgia, Cool’s education in music began, not in a classroom, but in the historic downtown Athens scene. One venue in particular was a frequent spot for he and his friends. “I probably wouldn’t be playing music if it weren’t for the Georgia Theatre,” he says. “We were there a few times a month and my love for performing definitely came out of those shows.”

Upon graduation, Cool packed up and headed for Music City at 22. “I knew a couple of people in Nashville but knew nothing about the music business,” he says. “I was very fortunate to meet a group who kind of took me under their wing and I was able to learn so much from them.” The first few years in town he recorded a couple of demo projects with the same players who had recorded with Kenny Chesney, Garth Brooks, Alabama, Taylor Swift and many others. One session led to another which eventually led to joining a bible study at Sea Gayle Publishing. There, he formed a solid group of friends who were artists, musicians, songwriters, engineers and producers. “I wouldn’t be where I am right now if it weren’t for being plugged in with those guys,” he says matter-of-factly. “Being able to share life, share our hopes, fears, and really develop a brotherhood with guys in a similar season…that was so big for me.”

In addition to writing, recording, and performing, Bobby is involved with World Vision to impact communities locally and abroad. "I've been able to see the artists we work with literally changing lives through their music and it has given me a whole new direction for what I want to be about. I'm definitely excited to start this next chapter."