Get to know Vaughan
Vaughan Burton is an ASCAP-affiliated guitarist / bassist / composer who has performed original music at prominent clubs (Cat's Cradle [N.C.], Katmandu [N.J.], and John and Peter's [Pa.] to name a few), festivals, galleries, universities, historic estates, and churches.
Vaughan recently played electric guitar on Re Imaginos by Albert Bouchard, original songwriter / drummer / vocalist for Blue Öyster Cult. Two weeks after its release, the album placed at #97 on Billboard's Top Current Album Sales chart; it was reviewed in the definitive publication covering progressive rock, Prog Magazine; and it was selected as the #17 album of 2020 by Wire Magazine. Vaughan also appears on Bouchard's second volume of the Imaginos saga, Imaginos II: Bombs Over Germany (Minus Zero and Counting).
He was the stage guitarist for acclaimed songwriter, Steve Fields; is the founder of progressive rock group, Dream of Maya; former member of the bands, Hall of Mirrors (cofounder), Joss (cofounder), Eight Eyes, What Where When (cofounder), and Tomorrow Midnight (cofounder).
Vaughan has also collaborated with:
Lily Frost, renowned Canadian chanteuse and instructor (Charmed, Stargate SG-1, Grey's Anatomy, Crazy / Beautiful); Spirits Burning and Michael Moorcock (on the final CD in a series of releases based on Moorcock's novels); Dave DeMarco, bassist for Oblivion Sun and Crack the Sky; Marc Norgaard, rock / jazz percussionist and contributor to Modern Drummer magazine; Brad Newell, founder of The Graphic and Eight Eyes; Virginia Masius, bassist and member of the Greensboro (N.C.) Symphony Orchestra; Grammy-winning producers, Steve Hardy and Damon Whittemore; acclaimed author, M.A. Foster.