Liz Cooper & The Stampede (Psychedelic Folk Rock)

From the tender age of one to the invincible age of 23, Liz Cooper has been moving and traveling through America and through life to the beat of her own drum. Wanderlust has been in her bones since birth and it translates through her music and songwriting in it's own unique way. Leaving behind her family, friends, and college golf scholarship (yes, she can kick your ass on the links and do it with a smile), she left her hometown of Bel Air, MD, and headed for Nashville, TN, a place she has been calling home for the past 3 years. After wandering around Nashville for the first few months she eventually found her niche at Nashville Music House studio. Not only is this where her first EP "Monsters" was recorded and mixed, but also where she met a group of friends to begin the full band experience. The Stampede consists of Liz Cooper on lead vocals and guitar, native Tennessean Ky Baker on drums, and from Atlanta, GA Grant Prettyman on bass. Predominantly playing as a three piece, Liz Cooper & The Stampede is a psychedelic folk/rock band who's influences include the sounds of the '60s and '70s such as The Grateful Dead, The Band, and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and the sounds of today such as Mac Demarco, Father John Misty, and Fleet Foxes.

Doors 9:30 | Music 10 pm. 21 and up.