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Cook visits Letterman, slates tour

Thursday, May 10, 2012 – Elizabeth Cook first appeared on "The Late Show with David Letterman" back in August for a sit down interview, this time Cook returns to perform on Wednesday, June 13.

Letterman is a fan of Cook's "Apron Strings" radio show that airs Monday - Friday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. eastern on SiriusXM's Outlaw Country, channel 60.

Cook and her band, husband Tim Carroll on guitar and Bones Hillman (Midnight Oil) on bass, will be hitting the road this summer. Tour dates are:

May 16 - Stickyz Chicken Shack - Little Rock, AR

May 17 - Dulling Hall - Jackson, MS

May 19 - The Kessler Theater (w/Amanda Shires) - Dallas TX

May 20 - Cheatham Street Warehouse - San Marcos TX

May 23 - Low Spirits - Albuquerque, NM

May 24 - KTAOS Solar Center - Taos, NM

May 25 - Meadowgrass Festival - Colorado Springs, CO

May 27 - Cabaret - Sparks, NV

May 29 - Bourbon Theater - Lincoln, NE

May 30 - Knuckleheads Saloon - Kansas City, MO

May 31 - Vaudeville Mews - Des Moines, IA

June 1 - Old Rock House - St Louis, MO

June 2 - Uncle Slayton's - Louisville, KY

June 3 - Mountain Stage - Morgantown, WV

June 7 - Station Inn - Nashville, TN

June 8 - Cosmic Charlie's - Lexington KY

June 9 - Kirk Ave Music Hall - Roanoke, VA

June 10 - Night Cat - Easton, MD

June 12 - City Winery (w/ Matthew Sweet) - NYC

June 14 - Mockingbirds - Staunton, VA

June 16 - Todd Snider's What the Folk Festival - Memphis, TN

July 6 - The Shed - Maryville, TN

July 7 - Rumba Cafe - Columbus OH

July 8 - Beachland Tavern - Cleveland, OH

July 9 - Sportsmen's Tavern - Buffalo, NY

July 11 - Higher Ground - Burlington VT

July 13 - One Longfellow Square - Portland, ME

July 15 - Green River Festival - Greenfield, MA

July 16 - Club Passim - Cambridge, MA

July 19 - Abbey Bar at ABC- Harrisburg, PA

July 20 - Rams Head On Stage - Annapolis MD

Aug. 24 - Shank Hall - Milwaukee, WI


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