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Laura Goldhamer

Laura Goldhamer

Laura Goldhamer


Laura Goldhamer and the Silvernail draws from a variety of purely American traditions; however, Laura’s ability to merge traditional Americana with the avant garde is what has earned her numerous accolades, including Westword magazine’s 2010 Mastermind Award, given to her for being a “cultural visionary” in the Denver arts community. But, it isn’t music alone that has earned Laura the distinction of being a mastermind. During Silvernail performances Read more on Last.fm
Laura Goldhamer and the Silvernail draws from a variety of purely American traditions; however, Laura’s ability to merge traditional Americana with the avant garde is what has earned her numerous accolades, including Westword magazine’s 2010 Mastermind Award, given to her for being a “cultural visionary” in the Denver arts community. But, it isn’t music alone that has earned Laura the distinction of being a mastermind. During Silvernail performances, she projects her intricately composed stop-animation films (which she has made to illustrate her song lyrics) behind the band to sync with the music. It is Laura Goldhamer’s ability to connect people, organize, and work creatively and tirelessly that has made her a vibrant fixture in the arts of the Mile High City, and beyond. Graduated from Wesleyan University with a degree in music and religion, where she participated in various musical ensembles, including conglomerations of the talented Joaquin Cotler (keys), Owen Roberts (drums), Greg Donahue (bass), and Caley Monahon-Ward (fiddle) [as appears on the videos for "Born There" and "Little Baby"], as well as Cassye Dunkhase (cello) and Chris McDonald (computer knobs and levers) [as appears on the video for "Gently Now"], with George Blake (flute) [appearing on the video for "Float"], and with Ashraf Rijal (clap stomp composition on "No Ability"). Q: One might ask, why only one "M" in Goldhamer? Why not Laura Goldhammer? A: At the risk of confusing my family with just any old Goldhammer family, my grandfather took one M away.

A2: A small elven man offered to turn straw into gold for me if I gave him my first born "M". I was desperate, needed the gold, BAD, couldn't guess his name and so that is how I came to be Laura Goldhamer. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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