Review Excerpt: Rock and Roll Resort 2018
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Rock and Roll Resort
Hudson Valley Resort & Spa
March 24 2018
“So I was up til 4 AM hanging out, cutting up audio tracks and winding down from a full day one of Rock and Roll resort. My buddy had crashed in our room and took off in the early AM and I was able to sleep until late morning. The promoters were kind enough to let me into the ballroom where I connected with networked internet and started uploading Friday show audio and my day was started.
We ate lunch in the dining room and it was a nice brunch set up, with excellent potatoes, an omelet station and various breakfast treats, coffee, juice and the like. We powered up nicely and got ready for the day. An afternoon nap was successful for my lady, but not for me, I just couldn’t wind down while the music was getting started.
I caught up with Creamery Station who took to the lounge beneath the stairs area, I’m not sure what they were calling it. The band came hard and hot and had a big crowd considering the non traditional set up to the spot.
Check out the review of Friday which included sets by Golden Gate Wingmen, Kung Fu, West End Blend, and more.
Dylan Kader, who plays mandolin and supplies some of the vocals for Creamery Station had this to say about the weekend, ““We couldn’t have been happier with the crowd’s response to our music and the overall vibe of the event! This was Creamery’s first Rock n Roll Resort and we quickly felt at home upon arrival. No doubt that this is a not to be missed event every year! We got to play a few songs off of our forthcoming album and we couldn’t have asked for a better reception from the crowd! Nothing feels better than looking out and seeing a packed room getting down and truly feeling your music. That is what all of us get up on stage and live for!”
The band played 10 songs in a roughly one hour set. During that time they played originals and covers by the Allman Brothers Band, Bill Withers, New Riders and the Band and that pretty much will tell you the type of music that they are playing, roots Americana with nods to jam and bluegrass. At one point Emma Kales jumped up and did a song with them on violin.”
Audio recording of the show can be heard at: