Cure For Caska
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Cure For Caska

Winter Park, Florida, United States | SELF

Winter Park, Florida, United States | SELF
Band Rock


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"Cure For Caska and Their Ability to Make Beauty Out of Patchwork" defines the word quilt as, “… a stitched cloth; (two pieces of cloth and a soft interlining), usually produced in an ornamental pattern.” In its early beginnings, quilts were useful because of their effectiveness for basic recycling. See, in the beginning of quilting history, there was hardly enough fabric to go around, making full pieces of bedding a rare commodity. The quilter would have to use scraps of old fabric and stitch them together to make a coverlet large enough fora bed.This past weekend, on the 12th of September, I went to see Cure for Caska’s performance at BackBooth in Downtown. - Westley Valentin (Orlando Examiner)

"Cure For Caska - Wait And Hope"

Cure For Caska’s music in general is something we can all consider to be in a word, unique; with it’s impressive line up of stringed instruments such as cello, violin, upright bass, guitar, and the solid support of drums. Two years after their first album release, the band has made a comeback with this year’s Wait And Hope, available to the public August 10, 2010. - TinselVonTerror (

"Cure for Caska: Wait and Hope"

Cure for Caska’s new EP “Wait and Hope” is an emotional reflection of a man’s adventure through the next stage of his life. Each song is a well-crafted story that captures a piece of the listener’s capacity to love, lose, and overcome while growing up. - By Jehad Choate (Berklee Groove)


The Seasons (EP) 2008
Wait and Hope (August 2010)



This five piece rock band from Orlando found a fresh way to incorporate melodic string arrangements with meaningful lyrics you’ll find yourself singing for days after you hear them. As the guitar and drums take on their traditional roles in the band, the strings (Violin, Cello, and Upright Bass) provide the classical influence for a different twist on rock.

Cure for Caska have been getting airplay on radio stations across the country (like WPRK, WMMO, and KBHU/KJKT FM) and have had the opportunity to share the stage with bands such as Blues Traveler and The Spin Doctors.

Their latest album, Wait and Hope, was co-produced with Adam Chadwick, mixed by James Wisner at Plush Studios in Winter Springs, FL., and mastered by Alan Douchess at West West Side Music in New Windsor, NY.