Creamery Station w/ Hayley Jane (solo) at The Acoustic
Friday June 14th
Doors at 8pm Show at 9pm
Creamery is stoked to be heading back to Black Rock for one of our few CT shows this summer. We always have a great time here and can’t wait to show y’all the new material we’ve been working on.
To make this one extra special, we are happy to announce that the one and only Hayley Jane is opening up the night with a solo set.
Music starts at 9pm. Only $10 for a full night of music!
"In just over 4 years, with close to 400 shows under their belt, the band has evolved into a powerhouse on the scene with a unique sound the people can’t get enough of!
Within this relatively short time, the band has risen through the ranks - having done shows with national acts such as Marshall Tucker Band, Twiddle, Keller Williams, Melvin Seals & JGB, Max Creek, Zach Deputy, John Kadlecik Band, Pink Talking Fish, Midnight North, The Breakfast, Roots Of Creation, & many more.
The band is primarily focused on developing their original material - the songs have already become crowd favorites. Alongside a healthy mix of classic songs you know and love, this eclectic, multi-genre band has been garnering some serious attention lately - delivering stellar performances that you don’t want to miss!"
Hayley Jane (Solo):
“Hayley Jane’s performance is layered with raw intensity + linguistic prowess. She has a deeply emotive + highly magnetizing presence that’s generating a serious buzz in the industry.
Hayley Jane pulls inspiration from a variety of styles, including 60s/70s rock + pop, musical theater, folk, blues, soul, reggae, psychedelic, funk, bluegrass + country. Her music has been praised by a wide range of musicians, producers, music lovers + the like, for successfully combining a diverse sound with clever, over-the-top lyrics + Vaudevillian style storytelling.
Hayley's on-stage energy + theatrics draw her crowds into a vivid landscape of emotion. She reawakens her audiences to the wild parts of the soul - medicine so needed in these modern times.”