Copper Chief

Roots Country Rock'n'Roll

 

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Here's where to find your answers! Please enjoy some of the interviews, articles, and features we have done with these fine media outlets!

 

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TEXAS LIFE MAGAZINE - COVER STORY

Copper Chief was featured on the cover of the AUG/SEPT issue of Texas Life Magazine along with a full-length article about the band’s story and live show.

“Every once in a blue moon something happens that is so natural that you just know in your soul it’s part of a bigger plan. That is exactly how the members from the band Copper Chief felt when they began making their unique sound together. A Copper Chief show is not a quiet listening room experience. It’snot a toe-tapping, chatting with friend’s kind of gig. It is the most enjoyable kick in the chest experience you’re liable to ever have…”


TEXAS MUSIC PICKERS - ARTIST SPOTLIGHT

"With their self-titled debut album already released, we jumped on the chance to learn more about Copper Chief and how the band from Austin, Texas came to be. “A little rock’n’roll, a little country, a little swamp, a little psychedelic, a little roots, a little blues, and a whole lot of chutzpah…” is how the band describes the new album and we agree it is everything that makes up the guys of Copper Chief and their unapologetic sound. Check out this tell-all from the group..."


Texas Red Dirt Roads - INSIDE LOOK

"Copper Chief has recently debuted their self titled project with the emphasis that this is only the beginning to what is shaping up to be a healthy career. Along with the album they have also chosen their first single... Here is a video interview that was done in the heart of Austin, TX on 6th street at San Jac Saloon that goes over the album and the single.

Aaron Lee Bentley, a producer for TXRDR also had the opportunity to do a Q/A with the band about their single Jericho and the self titled album."


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DON’T STIFLE ME PODCAST w/ Jacob Stiefel

“Based in South Austin, TX, the fellas of the band Copper Chief stopped by for a chat and some chips & salsa. They discussed how the band formed, how they each got their start in music, the trials and tribulations of starting a band, from booking to merchandise-handling to recording and much more. After their show that night, they all came back over and had a late night jam session with Jacob, some of which you can hear at the end of the episode..”


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ALBUM REVIEW - Carey Dean, 106.9 The Ranch

“The Texas Music scene has always been like the landscape from which it originates, diverse and varied in colors, shapes, and attitudes all coming together to create a whole. Having said that, you see very few that can successfully pull together that diversity, pile it into one van to set up on one stage, and lay it out for their fans or soon-to-be fans like these cats can. Copper Chief is a Texas Music phenom. They have taken their cues from the landscape of this fine state and beyond to create one of the most creative sounds I have heard in quite a while…”