Converted Indiana Barn Draws World-Class Musicians A converted barn in northern Indiana is the happening place for acoustic music fans. It's known as LVD's, and it's run by Elva Miller. LVD's has become a haven for acoustic musicians, and it draws dedicated fans and world-class musicians. Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers reports.

Converted Indiana Barn Draws World-Class Musicians

Converted Indiana Barn Draws World-Class Musicians

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A converted barn in northern Indiana is the happening place for acoustic music fans. It's known as LVD's, and it's run by Elva Miller. LVD's has become a haven for acoustic musicians, and it draws dedicated fans and world-class musicians. Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers reports.

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