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Scott Cook returns to entertain mellow Folk Club crowd

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Edmonton based folk singer Scott Cook always leaves audiences mellow and happy as he did, Feb. 4 at the Lethbridge College cave, where he was playing for approximately 60 people for the Lethbridge Folk Club.Scott Cook and Bramwell Park entertaining the Lethbridge Folk Club, Feb., 4. Photo by Richard Amery

Melissa walker grooved on the upright bass while Bramwell Park provided plenty of guitar and banjo licks while Cook beamed, gently strummed his acoustic guitar, and hypnotized the crowd with his soothing baritone voce and even threw in a few dance moves.

 He played  several of the highlights off his brand new, hot off the press CD “ Further Down The Line” including the reggae tinged “ Fellas Get Out the Way” and “Kitchen Dance party On,”  friends songs like Corin Raymond’s “Take me to the Mountain” and a couple of his own older crowd favourites like “The landlord Giveth and the landlord Taketh away,” which allowed  the trio to show off some sweet vocal harmonies.

 He attempted to get the audience to sing along with a few of his songs.
He told stories about living in his van as a touring musician, settling down a for a while, then moving on.
 He moved on after being called for an encore of “ The Party’s Still Going.” and invited everyone to hang out at the owl Acoustic Lounge with him where Winnipeg duo Roger Roger were playing, which he and I ended up missing because their set ended early.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 15 February 2017 14:27 )  
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