Specializing in psych-tinged folk rock, Liz Cooper (vocals/guitar) has earned widespread acclaim for energetic live shows with her band, The Stampede. Rounded out by Grant Prettyman (bass) and Ryan Usher (drums), the Nashville-based trio’s debut full-length album, Window Flowers, has been out since August and marked its first time working with an outside producer and recording in a proper studio. “[Producer] TJ Elias’ mad scientist ideas, an abundance of hot dogs and lack of sunlight pushed us outside of our comfort zones to work more cohesively as a unit than we ever had before,” Cooper says. The group heads to The Mothlight on Thursday, Jan. 31. Athens, Ga.-based rock quartet New Madrid gets the night started at 9. $13 advance/$15 day of show. themothlight.com. Photo by Lindsay Patkos
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