Scott Cook and Pete Muller to Perform in a Special Co-Bill at Caffe Lena, September 28th

SARATOGA SPRINGS – On September 28th, two master songwriters, Scott Cook and Pete Muller, will be coming together for a special co-bill at Caffe Lena! Blending their unique styles together, this will surely make for a special performance, and a night you won’t want to miss.

Cook is one of the hardest-working DIY troubadours on the road today, averaging around 150 shows and festivals every year since 2007. Through the years on the road, Cook has released seven albums of plainspoken, keenly observant verse along the way. His latest collection, Tangle of Souls, comes packaged in a cloth-bound, 240-page hardcover book of road stories and ruminations; equal parts introspection and insurrection. The album spent two weeks at #1 on Alberta’s province-wide community radio network CKUA, and earned Scott his third Canadian Folk Music Award nomination, for English Songwriter of the Year.

Pete Muller is a problem solver. Whether he’s writing songs for his critically acclaimed albums, revolutionizing the way Wall Street works through applied mathematics, or crafting crosswords for the New York Times and Washington Post, the hyper-talented renaissance man always seems to have his eye on unlocking some deeper level of understanding, on reaching some higher plane of enlightenment. With his touching new album, Spaces, Muller takes on perhaps the biggest puzzle of them all: himself. Recorded with Emmy Award-winning producer/arranger Rob Mathes (Sting, Rod Stewart, Carly Simon, Panic! At The Disco), the collection is lush and timeless, balancing head and heart in equal measure as it wrestles with questions of love and connection and purpose and identity.

TICKET INFORMATION:

The show will begin at 7:30 pm, with doors opening at 7:00 pm. Tickets to the show are $18 for general admission, $16 for members, and $9 for students and children. To purchase your tickets, please click here. For those wishing to catch the show via livestream, they can do so by clicking the link here. Access to the livestream costs $7.

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