Scott Cook Returns with The Indoorables for an Online Concert!
Although we wish we could be hosting live concerts right now, the online format has one big advantage – distance is no issue. So for the next Golden Link concert on Saturday, November 21 at 6:30 pm, we’re bringing back Alberta musician Scott Cook – who was here for the Turtle Hill Folk Festival in 2019 – and his band, the Indoorables, for an online concert. Note the earlier time, to accommodate Scott’s fans abroad.
Scott is a tireless folk troubadour who made his home on the road for 13 years, until the pandemic made living in a van less appealing. He now broadcasts from Edmonton with his quaranteam-mates Elliot Thomas and Pamela Mae. Elliot plays guitar and Pamela plays bass and banjo, each contributing vocals as well.
Audiences will hear sturdy, straight-talking songs with old-timey string band arrangements, equal parts introspection and insurrection.
Scott’s new album, Tangle of Souls, has been getting rave reviews from the folk radio DJs, with the album, the single “Say Can You See,” and Scott as artist in either slot 1 or 2 on the Folk Alliance International charts.
Watch a YouTube video of Scott Cook's single at:
There will be a post-concert Zoom session with the musicians. You don’t need a ticket to watch the concert, but we hope that you will support the musicians by putting something in their tip jar. See link at the top of this page.