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Letterman interviews Elizabeth Cook

Monday, August 15, 2011 – Elizabeth Cook will appear on "The Late Show with David Letterman" on Monday, Aug. 22 for an interview only.

Cook's latest album, "Welder," was released last year and produced by fellow SiriusXM Outlaw Country DJ, Don Was. She's currently working on new material and plans to have a record out next year.

Upcoming tour dates are:

Sept. 8 The Square Room - Knoxville, TN

Sept. 9 Double Door Inn - Charlotte, NC

Sept. 10 Five Oaks Clubhouse - Durham, NC

Sept. 15 Cosmic Charlies - Lexington, KY

Sept. 16/17 Bristol Rhythm & Roots Festival - Bristol, VA

Sept. 24 Gram Parsons Guitar Pull Festival - Waycross, GA

Sept. 29 Knuckleheads Saloon - Kansas City, MO

Sept. 30/Oct 1 The River Center - Van Buren, MO

Oct. 21 Daniel's Hall at Swallow Hill - Denver, CO

Nov. 9 Fitzgerald Theatre - St. Paul, MN (w/ Todd Snider)

Nov. 10 Green Bay - Green Bay, WI (w/ Todd Snider)

Nov. 11 Park West - Chicago, IL (w/ Todd Snider)


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CD reviews for Elizabeth Cook

CD review - Aftermath Elizabeth Cook is one of the new guard of artists (Sturgill Simpson, Margo Price, Ashley Monroe and anyone who's been a Drive-By Trucker, among them) who revere the history of traditional country, but also views it as a foundation for creating new sonic templates that fold in elements of pop, classic rock and anything else that might serve the song at hand. Cook's catalog to date has been a marvel of musical cross-pollination, but "Aftermath" is clearly her most defiantly rock-based work. ...
CD review - Exodus of Venus Elizabeth Cook's "Exodus of Venus" is a difficult record to sit through. Not because of the music, which is filled with high quality sounds from start to finish, but because of its painful content. For instance, when an album features a song with a title like "Methadone Blues," about a drug used to treat heroin addiction, you realize right away you're not in the realm of squeaky clean mainstream country. Cook has had some rough patches along the way, and "Exodus ...
CD review - Welder On her latest release (the title is a nod to her father), Elizabeth Cook is as full of sass and vinegar as ever, and her hick valley-girl recitation El Camino ("If I wake up married, I'll have to annul it/Right now my hands are in his mullet"), the marital advice she offers up in Yes to Booty and the wry portrait painted by Rock n Roll Man will likely end up being the record's popular favorites, and for good reason. But other songs may turn out to be more enduring: ...


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