I grew up in a home filled with live music. My dad is a guitarist, my mom plays piano and everyone sings. As an adult, when I get the opportunity to see live music I jump at it. I especially love singer/songwriter musicians. So, when Vilar Performing Art Center (VPAC) inquired about marketing with HeidiTown, I eagerly accepted. After experiencing the venue this weekend, I am glad that I did.
Mark your calendars Colorado… I was first introduced to Stoll Vaughan’s music when he opened for The Elders at The Soiled Dove back in January. In March, I had the opportunity to meet him personally when he played several intimate shows in Northern Colorado. Stoll Vaughan is a down-to-earth singer songwriter who has been compared to Townes Van Zant and early Springsteen. I, however, think he has developed
I recently discovered Mandolin Cafe at 210 East 4th Street in Loveland, Colorado. This relatively new addition to downtown, is a funky coffee shop with a musical soul. Last Thursday evening, Stoll Vaughan, a singer/songwriter and stellar guitarist played a free show at Mandolin Cafe. Vaughan had approached owner Alex Zoll about playing at the coffee shop after Vaughan opened for The Elders at The Rialto Theater in Loveland,
I first saw and heard Stoll Vaughan earlier this month when he opened for The Elders at The Soiled Dove. He hooked me with the first strum of his guitar. And now he’s coming to Colorado again! Stoll Vaughan will play the following February shows in Colorado: Thursday, Feb. 11, 2010 – Mandolin Cafeat 210 E. 4th Street. Loveland, Colorado. Friday, Feb. 12, 2010 – Tuft Theater at