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Elizabeth Cook, Jonathan Byrd 

When: Fri., Oct. 22, 8 p.m. 2010
Price: $13-15

Welder, the latest release from Nashville's Elizabeth Cook, gets its title from a line in the harrowing yet hopeful "Heroin Addict Sister." It could just as easily be naming one of the few things that Cook isn't. She's a country singer gifted enough to have earned numerous Grand Ole Opry appearances. She's a songwriter nimble enough to move from the deeply personal ("Mama's Funeral" and the aforementioned "Heroin Addict Sister") to the deeply goofy ("El Camino"). She's an interpreter comfortable with the Velvet Underground songbook. She's even a radio show host. On second thought, I bet she can at least spot weld. —Rick Cornell


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