Country singer/songwriter & host of 'Apron Strings' on Sirius XM's Outlaw Country, Elizabeth Cook, is celebrated for her honest and introspective songwriting that weaves heartfelt storytelling with nostalgic country flair. Her acclaimed albums include "Balls" (2007), "Welder" (2010) and "Exodus of Venus" (2017). Elizabeth has performed at the Grand Ole Opry more than 400 times, the most ever by a non-member.
Elizabeth Cook recently headlined an intimate show at Capricorn Sound Studios as part of the recurring "Live at Capricorn" series. She shared with us what Macon, Georgia means to her and how its musical history has influenced her own music while touring many of our Macon staple music stops, like the H&H Restaurant, Fresh Produce Records, the Otis Redding Museum, historic Studio A of Capricorn Studios & the Museum at Capricorn. "Honestly what I feel is like a pool of inspiration to fall into."