Rebecca Folsom & Buddy Mondlock with Liz Barnez
Rebecca Folsoms near four-octave range earns her a respectable seat in the same room as vocalists Whitney Houston and Queens Freddie Mercury. Add in the soulfulness of Etta James, the abandon of Janis Joplin, a touch of folk songstress Joni Mitchell and that is Rebecca.
While her range is impressive, its the expression in her voice that rivets your attention and stays with you long after the show ends. Rebeccas voice pours from an inner source of honest emotion, flowing from lilting tenderness to fully liberated, unbridled release. Her poetic songs open your heart, setting free a vulnerability you didn't realize was locked away and inviting you to embrace life with all of its joy, sorrow, passion, and love.
Buddy Mondlock writes songs. He does it so well that some great songwriters have recorded his songs on their own albums. Guy Clark, Nanci Griffith, and Janis Ian, to name just a few. You mightve heard his song The Kid (recorded by David Wilcox, Peter, Paul and Mary and Cry, Cry, Cry) and maybe even sung it yourself around a campfire. He draws you into his world - where a single snowflake follows the trajectory of a relationship, where you get you pocket picked by a Roman cat, where you might swim over the edge of the world if youre not careful and where dreams that dont come true still count.
Liz Barnez started her musical career in the clubs on Bourbon Street in her hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana. She brought her eclectic style of music (which incorporates elements of folk, New Orleans R&B, blues, jazz, country, and a hint of pop) to Colorado in the late 80's and hasn't slowed down since . Her acoustic swamp groove is apparent in her guitar playing, songwriting, and soulful inspired singing.
Avogadro's Number (View)
605 S. Mason
Fort Collins, CO 80524
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|