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The Devil Mountain Coffee House concert series offers an opportunity to experience great music in a warm and informal setting. Our performers present a rich variety of musical genres: mostly acoustic, mostly original, but always wonderful.

Concerts will be streamed due to the Shelter In Place order for everyone’s safety. We invite you to come and enjoy some music with us.

DMCH is excited to present Scott Cook in a live on-line concert.

Friday April 23rd. 7:00pm PST.

Albertan balladeer, Scott Cook, will be playing for a livestream concert.

No tickets are necessary, tune into our livestream page for the live concert: https://mduuc.org/dmch-live/

We are requesting donations to our tip jar in lieu of tickets for this performance.  Please consider donating as you are able to support the artists and our tech crew.

Albertan balladeer Scott Cook (www.scottcook.net) toured almost incessantly across Canada, the US, Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and elsewhere from 2007 all the way into 2020, when the pandemic made living in a van less appealing.  While averaging 150 shows and a dozen summer festivals each year, he’s also managed to release seven albums of straight-talking, keenly observant verse along the way.  Since Covid-19 cancelled over a year of his tours, he’s been living in Edmonton and performing monthly online shows with his quaran-team of housemates as Scott Cook and the Indoorables: Pamela Mae on upright bass and vocals, and Elliot Thomas on banjo, fiddle, slide guitar and vocals.

After all these years, he believes more than ever that songs can change your life, and your life can change the world.

Emma’s Revolution Saturday 9/25/21, Live (fingers crossed) Concert

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