Latest Elizabeth Cook Setlist
Elizabeth Cook at The Soundry
- Methadone Blues
- El Camino
- These Days
- Stanley By God Terry
- Rock n Roll Man
- Straightjacket Love
- Daddy I've Got Love For You
- Thick Georgia Woman
- Sometimes It Takes Balls to Be a Woman
- Heroin Addict Sister
- Mary The Submissive Years
- I Wear Your Bones Around My Neck
- Southern Accents
- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
About Elizabeth Cook
To say that Elizabeth Cook’s background is like something out of a country song would be wildly underestimating the entire genre. The youngest of 11 half-brothers and sisters, she grew up in rural Florida where her musician parents met while playing in local country bars. Her father learned to play upright bass in a Georgia prison band while serving 11 years for running moonshine. Her mother, a singer and mandolin player from the hills of West Virginia, wrote her daughter’s first songs, including “Does My Daddy Love The Bottle More Than He Loves Me,” and had Elizabeth singing on stage at 4 years old.
In contemporary country music, it’s a rare performer who will dare to take on the industry on her own hogs-and-kisses terms. But for the artist whom Nanci Griffith has called “this generation’s Loretta Lynn,” it takes a certain tenacity to meld smart attitude with classic tradition, the credibility of a life lived with genuine hillbilly passion, and the integrity to write an acclaimed cache of uncommonly cool songs.
Billy Strings treated Denver’s Ogden Theatre to a number of choice covers from the Grateful Dead, Jackson Browne, Jimmy Cliff, John Hartford and more on night two of his three-night run in the Mile High City.
The Disco Biscuits opened up their two-night closer at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with the first “Resurrection” of 2019.
Ween returned to The Met in Philadelphia and their musical roots with a cover of a Prince classic for their final show of 2019.
Phish and SiriusXM shared video of a deliciously dark and spacey “2001” from the band’s instant classic at The Met in Philadelphia.
The Disco Biscuits treated fans to a three-song second set during their two-night opener at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale.