Three magic words: “Featuring Elizabeth Cook”


Elizabeth Cook imageNeed a credible female duet partner or a harmony vocalist to add an extra dash of mountain panache? Following the critical success of Welder and a star-making couch appearance on Letterman last year, Elizabeth Cook appears well on her way to becoming one of East Nashville’s most in-demand guest collaborators.

If you’ve been paying attention to recent non-FM country releases, you’ve probably been running into her everywhere.

Just in case you haven’t, though, here’s a quick roundup of the songs Cook has already shown up on in the first four months of 2012 alone. If she continues at this pace, we could have a whole album’s worth of material by the year’s end – whether she actually releases a new one of her own or not!

It’s a good time to be an Elizabeth Cook fan.

w/ Chuck Mead – “Pickin’ Wild Mountain Berries” (from Back at the Quonset Hut)

w/ Moot Davis – “Crazy in Love With You” (from Man About Town)

w/ Aaron Watson – “Leather and Lace” (from Hearts Across Texas)

w/ Chelle Rose – “Wild Violets Pretty” (from Ghost of Browder Holler)

w/ Todd Snider – “Little Bird” (from Time As We Know It)


  1. says

    Yes, those are three magic words indeed. I almost buy a track featuring Elizabeth Cook before I even listen to it and have rarely regretted it, unless she’s not as prominently featured as I had hoped.

  2. Mike Hensley says

    Not only can she sing, she puts on one hell of a show, she’s hot, she’s funny and she has the best radio show on ANY airways. I keep my Sirius/XM radio just to listen to her show “Aprin Strings” on Outlaw Country channel 60. Keep it up EC. You are the #1 in country music!

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