Opening for Hemingways Cat https://www.facebook.com/events/172886936204144/
BENEFIT FOR WOODSTOCK MUSICIAN SREDNI VOLLMER Our friend Sredni has taken quite ill and has requested a benefit to raise money to help with the ongoing care for his son, Danny, and to meet some personal needs. Mariann has graciously donated The Colony Café for this event. For anyone who would like to send a donation, make checks payable to "Benefit for Sredni" and send to: Benefit for Sredni Box 881 Woodstock, NY 12498 Thank you, all.
Hemingway's Cat Plays The Woodstock Goddess Festival
Halloween Bask with Hemingway's Cat, IS and MOD
Free concert series
Sounds Like: Rusted Root, (Official) Company of Thieves, Bush Tetras, The B-52's
Label: Sacred Fire Productions, GoGirls Elite/GoGirlsMusic.com
Hemingway’s Cat is from Woodstock NY and are out to Rock the house and have fun . Their sound is original and upbeat - from spunky, danceable grooves, to melodic musical poetry.
“Playing music is all about creating a really unique experience for ourselves as well as the audience,” says Hemingw...See Full Bio
Come on out to the Colony for a great rockin Halloween bash Friday Night Oct 26th. Hemingway's Cat Starts at 8:00pm.
“Hemingway's Cat - Next To You The latest record from Hemingway's Cat is a five track EP of danceable guitar rock. The Woodstock, NY based quintet, led by guitarist Lorah Yaccarino (Ritual Motion, Sacred Fire) only debuted in 2010, but experience tells - on "Next To You" they groove like a well-oiled machine with their rhythm section of drummer / vocalist Denise Parent and bass player Wayne Orr in fine fettle throughout. Live on a small stage I imagine they're irresistible, but it can be a challenge for a jam band such as Hemingway's Cat to relocate all their verve and dexterity onto disc. They seem to have coped. Tracks like "While It's Hot" and "Get Over It" spark with energy, and an urge to move in an ungainly fashion `round the room can be a little overwhelming. When they slow things down, as on the title track, it becomes clear that the song is as important as the groove.”