Music at Avon library |

Music at Avon library

Daily staff report
Vail, CO Colorado

Musician Laurie Dameron has been entertaining audiences since age four when she started playing piano and singing. Dameron learned guitar on her own and became proficient by age eight. From then on she was performing for any audience she could find. She brings her talent and her unique sense of humor to the Avon Public Library on Tuesday at 6 p.m. for a free performance.

“My intention is to do what I love and love what I do,” Dameron said. “I enjoy telling stories of where and how I wrote certain songs. And can be a bit silly at times – people tend to laugh at some of my antics.”

Dameron’s musical influences range from Duke Ellington to the Grateful Dead and her versatile style includes selections from folk, country, blues and jazz. She performs original songs and also jazz and blues favorites.

“We are excited to host Laurie at the library and include music in our mix of adult programming for the community,” said Michelle Marx, adult services librarian at the Avon Public Library.

Dameron is a regular the Boulder Creek Festival and has performed at The Capital Hill People’s Fair and A Taste of Colorado. Laurie has three CDs: “Utah Dream” from her folk days in the mid-90s, “Looking Through the Blue” expressing her life-time love of jazz and “I Can’t Wait to See You Again.”

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