Country singer/songwriter Elizabeth Cook made her Grand Ole Opry debut on March 17, 2000, appearing more than 400 times thereafter, the most ever by a non-member; a remarkable achievement considering that, at the time, she was an indie artist without a properly released album. But the excitement generated by her strong, crystalline singing voice -- as comfortable with bluegrass, blues, and folk as it was country -- and songwriting served to draw comparisons to respected artists such as Kelly Willis and Dolly Parton. Her proper debut was 2002's Hey Y'all, but it flopped. 2007's Rodney Crowell-produced Balls garnered attention from alt-country and Americana fans in the U.K. and Europe, and charted in the U.S. After 2010's Don Was-produced Welder, Cook endured a prolonged season in hell: She got divorced, her farm burned, and she lost six ...
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