Their appeal is universal and their sound is all their own. Rock music by The Swamp Coolers is broadcast, streamed, or played on every continent; in over 20 countries each day.
Their videos are viewed on YouTube in over 70 countries. They had their genesis decades ago when Mike Kunes and Terry Keel toured the U.S. backing up groups like The Platters, The Coasters, The Drifters and playing with the 1910 Fruitgum Co., The Ohio Express, Iron Butterfly, and countless other groups. The Swamp Coolers came together in 2005 and found immediate success when their first album, Dry Heat, became a favorite with surf music fans around the world. After the release of their Greatest Surf Hits album in 2011, The Swamp Coolers redefined themselves into an infectiously danceable roots rock band. Their original song "I Want To Be An Astronaut" won a worldwide NASA contest to find music to play on the last mission of the Endeavour Space Shuttle. The past few years have found The Swamp Coolers recording with Grammy winning producer Jack Miller and cementing their reputation as an exciting and original roots rock and roll band.