NISSWA – Scott Cook, along with his partner Pamela Mae, will perform the final concert of the fall season for Grassroots Concerts in Nisswa on Friday, November 11.
In 2007, the troubadour from the Canadian province of Alberta quit his job as a kindergarten teacher in Taiwan and moved into a van. Since then, he has made his living in concerts, touring Canada, the United States, Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere, giving an average of 150 shows and a dozen summer festivals per year. year, releasing seven albums along the way.
Cook’s latest work, “Tangle of Souls,” spent two weeks on the front row of Alberta community radio network CKUA and earned Scott his third Canadian Folk Music Award nomination, for English singer-songwriter from year.
He tours the album all over North America, believing more than ever that songs can change your life and your life can change the world.
Showtime is at 7:30 p.m. at Live Well nightclub and Journey Church Cafe Bar. The 90-minute concert takes place without intermission. General admission is $10. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
More information and music is available on Cook’s website at www.scottcook.net.
More information about Grassroots Concerts is available at www.grassrootsconcerts.org or by calling 218-838-4266.
The Live Well nightclub and cafe, 5459 Lakers Lane, Nisswa, is located at Journey Church next to the school.
Grassroots Concerts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization under the Internal Revenue Code.
At each concert, non-perishable food items or cash donations are welcome and will go to a local food shelf.