SHEL shocked |

SHEL shocked

Coffin Nachtmahr, center right, the subject of the award-winning documentary “Throw,”  which was shown at MountainSummit, performs onstage with SHEL on Saturday night at the Wheeler Opera House. Nachtmahr, who suffers from challenges like stuttering, found his way to success though yo-yoing. SHEL is a folk-pop band from Fort Collins whose members now live in Nashville, Tenn. The band is composed of the four Holbrook sisters, and SHEL is an acronym for their names: Sarah, Hannah, Eva and Liza. The group has just released their new album, “Just Crazy Enough,” produced by Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics.
Lynn Goldsmith/Special to The Aspen Times |

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