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Laurie D

"Delicate voice and confident guitar mark her work..."
-- David Thomas, Denver Post

“Laurie Dameron performs with a down to earth, sincere passion that makes her music a very personal statement.” 
 
--Jeff Linsky, Internationally renowned guitarist

"If you haven't seen Laurie Dameron perform, a surprise awaits. Her skills in playing jazz style guitar are just excellent, and with her singing you are taken on a wonderful journey through her original music. We are proud to have Laurie play at the Rock N
Soul Cafe every month!"

-- Sam and Sheryl Radetsky, Owners - The Rock N Soul Café, Boulder, CO

Billboard Magazine award recipient, Laurie Dameron (Laurie D) has been playing the guitar for over 50 years and singing even longer.

 

Between solo, duo and performances with her band, Laurie D and the Blues Babes, she has performed for hundreds of venues in and out of Colorado over the past 30 years. A broad repertoire of folk, blues, and jazz allows her to perform many different venues.

 

She has produced three CDs and currently working on fourth and fifth.


In 1996 Dameron composed, arranged and produced her first album, "Utah Dream". It consists of many genres including folk, blues, rock, country and one jazz tune. She does all the guitar work, rhythm and lead, except for the phenomenal guitarist Mark Kranjcec from Old Soul, on "Dying of Human Souls". Other musicians from Wind Machine appear as well as Daniel Jones on Pedal Steel on the title cut and Lap Steel on "Fun in My Bug". Bob Juenemann adds harmonica and Laurie does much of the percussion along with Christian Teele and Joe Scott as engineer.


Dameron’s second album “Looking Through the Blue” is all original jazz and is self-produced and arranged. She does all the guitar work, vocals and much of the percussion.

 

“I Can’t Wait to See You Again” is her third album with one original, the title cut, which won honorable mention in the 2008 and 2009 Billboard Magazine World Song Contest and also contains 12 of her favorite jazz standards.

Dameron is also an environmental activist and in 2012 started her project Spaceship Earth: What Can I Do? Multimedia Presentations hoping to inspire folks to be better stewards to our beautiful planet Earth! Her song “What Can I Do?” made it to the top ten finalists in the 2011 Tipperary World Peace Song Contest.

Laurie passed the first round of auditions for America’s Got Talent in Denver in December of 2013. In 2015 she was elected chair of Environmental and Sustainability Development for BPW Colorado and is past chair for NFBPWC (National Federation Business and Professional Women Clubs).


Laurie is also a long time member of Denver Musician’s Association (AFM Local 20-623) and Colorado Music Business Association.

Laurie is available as a solo act, a duo (Laurie and Lorrie), and band configurations.

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