Doors will open at 6:30pm. Tickets will be $18 at the door.
Nashville Scene’s 2010 “Best Country Singer-Songwriter,” ELIZABETH COOK, came from humble beginnings. She was born in Wildwood, FL, to two country musicians. By the time she was four, Elizabeth was on stage with her parents, singing inappropriate songs such as “I’m Having Daydreams About Night Things.” At the age of nine, she already had her own band. Almost twenty years later, Elizabeth Cook made her debut at the Grand Ole Opry on March 17, 2000, and since then has performed on the Opry stage over 300 times. But the bright lights and big stage have not changed her and she hasn't forgotten her humble beginnings, even receiving her first major label contract by fax at her hometown of Wildwood's local Ace Hardware store. Her fifth and latest studio album, “Welder,” reached No. 43 on the US Country charts and No. 23 on Rolling Stone’s list of the “30 Best Albums of 2010.” Paste Magazine explains, “this album is all about Cook finally finding her voice—irreverent, hilarious and gritty as Appalachian soil." Join us as she, once again, graces the Attic stage
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