New York City is undoubtedly one of the most prominent cities in rock ‘n’ roll history. At the Metropolitan Museum of Art Monday night, the first ever major exhibition dedicated entirely to the instruments of rock and roll opened with a bang, and CxRA was there to rock out. “Play it Loud: Instruments of Rock & Roll” brought in a rock star crowd to see Don Felder of the Eagles, Steve Miller, and The Roots for a magical set in the Great Hall. CxRA kept the crowd fueled for a night of singing and dancing with the “Bad Reputation” and “Start Me Up” specialty cocktails and classic finger food.
Check out the New York Times article for more about this awesome exhibit. Rock on!