Phil Cook's Moving "Another Mother's Son"

Phil Cook's Moving "Another Mother's Son"

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"He Didn’t Make It

He Didn’t Make It Home, It’s Like She Always Feared

Will We Whitewash Our Fences With Her Tears

LIke We Always Do?"

Phil Cook asks in the first verse of his latest release, "Another Mother's Son". Today Cook shared the third song off his upcoming full length album and a personal essay on the story behind the song. Inspired not only by the birth of his own son but also the 2016 shooting of Philando Castile, Cook's perspective on modern America both in song and essay remind us of the true power of music. Listen below and click here to read Cook's full essay. Cooks album, "People Are My Drug" will be released June 1st. 

Liz Cooper's latest "Mountain Man"

Liz Cooper's latest "Mountain Man"

Americana Honors Nominees 2018

Americana Honors Nominees 2018