Archive for Category: "Elizabeth Cook"
Though she appears regularly at the Grand Ole Opry, Florida native Elizabeth Cook is something of a Nashville outsider. Her last album, Balls, produced by Texas Outlaw Rodney Crowell was too daring for airplay. Though her latest album, the AMA nominated Welder is filled with mainstream sounding hits, it seems Cook chooses to remain relatively [...]
This year’s AMA song of the years nominees (with the exception of Justin Townes Earle) go to show how many great Americana musicians there are that go unrecognized in lieu of hyped up garbage. In this category, there ain’t no competition: Justin Townes Earle’s “Harlem River Blues” should win. But? My guess is that the [...]