Nashville's most fearless singer-songwriter
Songwriter and XM radio "Outlaw Country" host Elizabeth Cook is the creator of some of the toughest, most emotionally honest country/new Southern songwriting work of the last decade. If you like Jason Isbell, come and check out Elizabeth Cook! Last year this Grand Ole Opry regular released a new album, "Exodus of Venus," and it might have been something of a shock. “There hasn’t been a lot to laugh about,” confesses the effervescent songwriter who once penned “It Takes Balls To Be A Woman” with equal parts Dolly Parton pluck and Loretta Lynn brio. What hasn't changed is the honesty and emotional depth of one of Nashville's most serious and fearless artists. A songwriter who doesn't release new material until she has something to say, Elizabeth Cook always offers an evening of music that will leave you thinking about it long afterward. Opening is North Carolina songwriter Caleb Caudle, who comes to Michigan with a new album, "Crushed Coins."