ARTS Pick: Liz Cooper goes from golf clubs to rock clubs

The psychedelic folk-rock band Liz Cooper and the Stampede formed at the unlikeliest of places—a golf course. Publicity photo The psychedelic folk-rock band Liz Cooper and the Stampede formed at the unlikeliest of places—a golf course. Publicity photo

The psychedelic folk-rock band Liz Cooper and the Stampede formed at the unlikeliest of places—a golf course. Two things in life came easily to Cooper: golf and music. So, when she moved to Nashville, she found work at a country club, and eventually recorded her first EP with some co-workers. From there, she added Ky Baker on drums and Grant Prettyman on bass, forming the three-piece group that now creates the mad mixture of rock, folk and psychedelic sounds that took them from golf clubs to rock clubs.

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