At Kiss Country's Mudstock, Cody Cooke and the Bayou Outlaws played to over 7,000 screaming, half drunken, muddy rednecks...and the rednecks loved 'em.  This past Friday night, Cody Cooke and the Bayou Outlaws played to about 70 half frozen, soaking wet, fair goers at the State Fair of Louisiana.  And you couldn't tell the difference between either show.  

Cody told me that it doesn't matter if it's 50 or 50,000 he's going out there to stomp a hole in the stage.  And he always manages to find a way to do that!  Take a look at his website and his bio pretty much says it all:

Cody Cooke IS country music. He lives, eats and sIeeps country music. The words to his songs are based on his life experiences. Born in Mansfield, Louisiana, Cody grew up cruising the back roads, fishing the best creeks, and sipping the finest shine that the bayou state has to offer. Cody's music offers hints of his favorite influences from Hank 1, 2, & 3, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, & Tony Joe White to newer artists such as Jamey Johnson, Randy Houser, & Brantley Gilbert.


With those back roads and fishing the finest creeks in mind, I couldn't stand but to ask him to hang out with me on the show.  And he was gracious enough to accept.  Hope you're enjoying his distinct Louisiana sense of humor this morning.


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