Ronnie Vaughn kicks back in his coffeeshop chair, relaxing like he's beside a campfire, shooting the shit. He shoots, "When we started playing, we were against the cover thing. We'd play for hours, all original music, at places where they usually didn't have original music. Live is where we shine the most. We jam out a lot more, extending the songs."
With influences from The Grateful Dead (obvious) to Rap (not so obvious), Vaughn and Co.'s new album, 'Coming Home,' will hit the streets via a release show Saturday at Play by Play in Silverton. V&C took the "live approach" for the CD, performing the songs at shows first, deciding what worked, later adding the winners to the album lineup.