David Cook – Health Check required by Artist - Per Artist request Proof of vaccination or negative test with 72 hours

Show Date: Saturday, September 11, 2021
Show Time: 8:30 PM
Doors Open: 7:00 PM

Ticket Price: $25-$45
Show Type: Rock
Restrictions: All Ages

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David Cook is requiring fans to have received a negative COVID-19 test within 72-hours of the event, OR will be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (14 days past final vaccination shot). Children under 12 years of age will be required to take a COVID-19 diagnostic test within 72-hours before the event and will provide proof of negative result prior to entering the venue. 


David Cook (and yes, he is the winner of American Idol’s Seventh Season) certainly knows his way around a good song. His first album, ANALOG HEART, came out pre-Idol, and his last album, DIGITAL VEIN, nicely bookended that chapter of Cook’s career. With CHROMANCE, he is starting fresh. “I was a ‘rock’ guy, but the further away I’ve gotten from that, the more I’ve opened up and found inspiration in the peripherals. I wouldn’t have had the courage earlier in my career, but now I have the confidence to go after the sound I want.” Being good for music is something David Cook has strived for ever since he left college to make performing his full-time career. He is well aware, and grateful, for the breaks American Idol has brought his way, and for the opportunities he continues to have. He has no plans to slow it down. “I love creative endeavors. I like starting with nothing and then finishing with something that didn’t exist before. That’s my favorite thing about creating new music. I love being able to put something artistic out in the world for people to enjoy.”


Opener: The Swear

The Swear’s new album The Clinic and The Sane is a defiant return to singer/writer/guitarist Elizabeth Elkins’ punk rock past inspired by five years of writing country music and playing by Nashville’s rules. Rhythm section Kevin Williams (bass) and Kent Aberle (drums) snarl and twist through songs that can only be described as the New York Dolls on an all-night Leonard Cohen bender, with hints of Hum and The Damned. It’s a two-minute furious rock and roll assault against hipsters (“East Nashville”), violence on Magazine Street and Sunset Boulevard (“Ghosts of New Orleans”, “Outside a LA Rock Club”) – and it’s a cynical look at the race for fame and love in Nashville (“I Sold My Soul on Gallatin Road”, “Stargazers”, “Kurt Cobain and Jesus”). Behind the buzzing humbuckers and chaotic lyrics, you’ll find songs as disciplined as they are reactionary, held tightly together by Williams’ prog-punk riffs and Aberle’s disobedient swagger.

The self-produced EP, mixed by the legendary Nick DiDia, includes guest vocals from Anna Rose, Kate Tucker, Rachel Bolan of Skid Row, Chrystal Leigh and Vanessa Olivarez – and features Ethan Luck on lead guitar.

You may have heard the band’s songs in more than 50 television shows including Rescue Me, Smallville, Wanted, Life as We Know It, Jersey Shore and Roswell. Elkins has cuts by artists including Billy Currington (Billboard Top 30 Country) and Kira Isabella (Billboard Top 15 Country Canada). The band has played the Warped Tour, SXSW, CMJ and toured coast to coast.


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