Upcoming Tour Dates
eli cook to open for taj mahal at The howard theatre in dc 06-22-14
Eli Cook to open for Tab Benoit at The State Theatre of culpeper 08-23-14
Eli Cook to open shows for John Mayall, Artimus Pyle and Sonny Landreth
Don't miss your chance to see Eli Cook open for legendary musicians John Mayall, Artimus Pyle, and Sonny Landreth. The latter two made guest appearances on Eli's recently released album, Primitive Son.
May 31 Tally Ho Theatre, Leesburg, VA w/ Artimus Pyle Band
July 26 The Southern, Charlottesville, VA w/ Sonny Landreth
Sep. 24 The Hamilton, Washington D.C. w/ John Mayall
Thank you to everyone who came out to our cd release show last night!
An especially big thanks to Sun-Dried Opossum , Erin Lunsford Music and James Cunningham (with lights) for making it a great show!!! We will be taking the show on the road beginning May 9th. Hope to see you along the way.
Upcoming Tour Dates:
May 9 Concerts on the Docks, Huntsville, Al
May 10 Slick Willy’s South, Belton, MO
May 11 Nathan P Murphy’s Blues Club, Springfield, MO
May 13 Greens & Blues, Boulder, CO
May 14 Harvelles, Long Beach, CA
May 15 Silver Lake Lounge, Los Angeles, CA
May 16 Paladino’s, Tarzana, CA
May 17 Duel Brewing, Santa Fe, NM
May 18 BB’s Jazz, Blues, & Soups, St. Louis, MO
T-shirts are being pressed!!
Getting the new album cover t-shirts pressed at Hurricane City Tees! We have a limited amount so don't miss your chance in getting one at the CD release show next week (4/30) at the Main Street Annex! Don't forget to buy your pre-sale tickets!
New album, "primitive son" to be released 4/29/14 on cleopatra records!
Two years in the making, Eli's fifth studio album features guest appearances by Leslie West, Vinny Appice, Eric Gales, members of Double Trouble, Gov't Mule and more! It includes 14 original songs of heavy blues and hard rock in true Zeppelin tradition, and will be available on CD, vinyl, and digital download everywhere.
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Everybody knows the story of the crossroads, where blues guitarists go at midnight to trade their souls to the devil for musical prowess. It’s just a myth, of course, but if it were true, 21-year-old firebrand Eli Cook could have bragging rights, as his scarifying solo-country blues chill like a hellhound on your trail.
-Dave Rubin, Guitar Player Magazine, 2007