Pebble Hill
101 S. Debardeleben
Auburn, AL 36831

Pebble Hill, also known as the Scott-Yarbrough House, is an antebellum cottage in Auburn, Alabama listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It currently serves as the location of the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities

Bailey Jones
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Date: February 4th, 2022
Time: 7:30 PM until 9:30 PM

Sundilla will welcome Canadian Scott Cook to Auburn on Friday, February 4. Showtime at Pebble Hill is 7:30. Advance tickets are just $20 and can be found at Spicer’s Music, Ross House Coffee, and online. Admission at the door will be $25.

Scott Cook is the definition of “traveling singer-songwriter;” he has been living out of a van or a backpack for a dozen years now, touring almost incessantly across Canada, the US, Europe, Asia, Australia and elsewhere. That he still finds the time to slow down long enough to record new CDs is amazing, and when he does, he produces works of art. His sixth studio album Further Down the Line won him his second CFMA nomination (English Songwriter of the Year) and comes packaged in a 132-page book containing a look back, in words and pictures, on a decade of full-time travel. He's currently touring in support of his seventh collection, Tangle of Souls, which comes in a hardcover book of road stories and ruminations. But the true beauty lies in the songs themselves. A Scott Cook song contains the extra work done by a carpenter who cares. Work the carpenter doesn't have to do. Work only other carpenters will likely even notice... One of the best songwriters this country has. A working artist who's taken enormous risks in order to make something that offers strength to anyone who takes the time to listen. He has been described as “the love child of Woody Guthrie and Steve Goodman.” One of Canada's most inspiring and imaginative storytellers, he's a slightly subversive roots balladeer, applying his wry humor liberally to contemporary issues with keenly observant lyrics, some fierce fingerstyle guitar and clawhammer banjo, and a warm, rugged voice that keeps you hanging on every word.” This will be Scott Cook’s first appearance in Auburn. Anyone who attends will demand that it not be his last.