Singer-Songwriter Mike Romeling teams up with talented vocalist Reeny Adriance to sing of trains, pirates, circus towns and tell the tales that weave through them like shadowy memories.
Here's a review from one of Mike's previous albums:
Reviewer: Jack Casey
This CD collects eight years of Mike Romeling's ballads and rockers about lost love, late nights, the open road and ultimately a courage in seeking truth in relationships and truth in oneself. There's joy of cutting loose, there's excitement of new love, there's introspection alone in the dead of night, there's tragedy of breaking it off. Mike's deep, raspy voice echoes from the hills and roadhouses of eastern New York and the rocky Berkshires, Arlo Guthrie country, where folks are fiercely independent and stoic, and the roots of music go back before the Revolution. This collection shows how an uncompromising artist can fuse the forms of folk music and rock with a modern idiom to produce a refreshing new and original sound. Let Mike and the Schodack Hedgehogs lead you along the road apiece and point out some of the attractions. You'll love the journey!