Richard Cooper is perhaps best known as one of the founding members of The Cooper Brothers, the ’70s country-rock group that had a number of Billboard Top 100 hits and toured with the Doobie Brothers, Joe Cocker, and Charlie Daniels. When the band members parted ways in the early ’80s, Richard went on to write for a number of television series including the popular Nickelodeon children’s show, You Can’t Do That on Television. Throughout the ’80s and ’90s, Richard continued to work as a freelance writer, director, and producer, in addition to composing musical scores for film and television. Richard also spent almost a decade as Creative Director of Artech Studios, where he wrote and developed video games and worked with the likes of Whoopi Goldberg, Andy Serkis, and John Cleese. In 2010, The Cooper Brothers reunited and have since released a new critically acclaimed CD entitled In from the Cold.(www.the cooperbrothers.com).