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Get Your Green On March 17th at Rams Head!

This is our 12th year hosting the biggest St. Patrick’s Day party! With a whole day of live music, food, and drink specials – Rams Head is the place to be on March 17th!

We’re bringing back annual favorites like $0.50 Guinness from 2-3 PM and $3 Green Beer (until it runs out)! Rams Head Tavern Annapolis will be throwing a tent party with full bar and live music. We’ll be bringing heaters if the temperature is less than ideal. The decks will be open at Rams Head Tavern Savage Mill and Rams Head Roadhouse, weather permitting. We’ll also be offering Irish food specials all day including corned beef and cabbage, lamb stew, and more!
As always, there’s never a cover, just a party at Rams Head!



Specials available at all Rams Head restaurants:
$0.50 Guinness Drafts 2 PM – 3 PM
$3 Green Beer*/Bud Light *available while supplies last!
$5 Finlandia & Red Bull
$5 Car Bombs

Rams Head Tavern Annapolis
40 West Street, Annapolis, MD 21403

Live music and tent party start at 2 PM:
Dan Haas
Sweet Leda
Here’s To The Night

Rams Head Tavern Savage Mill
8600 Foundry Street, Savage, MD 20763

Party and live music start at 2 PM:
Loose Ties
Jessie Hoffman
Marty Dickerson
DeadEye Stare

Rams Head Roadhouse
1773 Generals Highway, Annapolis, MD 21401

Party and live music start at 2 PM:
The Geckos
Loose Ties

Rams Head Shore House
800 Main Street, Stevensville, MD 21666

Party and live music start at 2 PM:
Ted Raschka
Cuz O’Mark & Sean O’Pelan
Dell Foxx Company

Pick-up a tshirt for $20 and join the Rams Head Drinking Team!

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Shooter Jennings: Son of a Legend, Performance of a Lifetime at Rams Head On Stage

Shooter blast

Plenty of musicians, actors and athletes have wilted under the pressure of following in the footsteps of their famous parents. For every Dakota Johnson (“Ben and Kate” and “Fifty Shades of Grey”) there are tens of wannabe famous people simply not making the cut.

Imagine the pressure felt by Shooter Jennings, a bluesy southern country rocker who was born to a pair of country music royalties — Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter.

Shooter Jennings, who will play at 8 p.m. Thursday at Rams Head On Stage, was influenced not only by his famous parents, but also by family friend Mark Knopfler (Dire Straits) and 1980s rockers Guns N’ Roses, quite an eclectic group for an emerging artist, but that is just how it is to be a child of the 80s.

Jennings can excel on piano and guitar, as well as behind he microphone, but he’s not doing any of this alone. Among his touring band are several members of his late father’s band, including drummer Richie Albright and bassist Jerry Bridges.

For more information and to purchase tickets, call the Rams Head On Stage box office at 410-268-4545 or visit

Jake Linger is a professional writer and music lover who lives in Anne Arundel County.

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Rams Head Presents the 3rd Annual Rammie Awards!


Well here we are again in the midst of Awards Season! On the heels of the 57th Annual Grammy Awards last Sunday, we bring you the 3rd Annual Rammie Awards! Rams Head is excited to take this opportunity to recognize the best of the best in performances that have taken place at our multiple venues throughout the past year.

So take a moment to VOTE on your faves! And while you’re at it, you can enter your email for a chance to win a pair of tickets to any show at Rams Head On Stage, Rams Head Live or Pier Six Pavilion! We will be collecting votes through Friday, February 20th, and announcing all winners on Monday, February 23rd.

Music fans will be voting for Rams Head Live and Rams Head On Stage National Show of the Year, Local Show of the Year, “Up-And-Coming” Artist of the Year, Best Tribute Band and Best Opening Act. We also have categories for Pier Six Pavilion Show of the Season, Best WRNR 103.1 Private Artist Showcase and Maryland Hall Show of the Year.

Additionally members of the Rams Head “Academy” (a.k.a., our staff) will vote on a variety of categories to include Best Stage Prop, Best Concert Photography, Flashiest Tour Bus and more.

Our lucky category winners will take home their very own Rammie Award!


 The Bacon Brothers: 2014 recipients of Best National Show award at Rams Head On Stage

Bacon Brothers

Ruben Dobbs of Swampcandy: 2014 recipient of the Best Opening Act award at Rams Head On Stage


So don’t forget to vote! DO IT!




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Living Colour brings its signature noise to Annapolis


There are certain bands which elicit an immediate thought of their most famous song. Anyone who thinks of Kiss almost immediately jumps right to “Rock n’ Roll All Night.” Beyonce on the brain normally entails “Put a Ring on It.” Some bands, such as Radiohead, absolutely refuse to play their first and biggest hit “Creep” during live shows.

Then there’s New York City-based Living Colour, a band of city boys formed by British-born Vernon Reid in 1984, which unequivocally embraces its success and does not shy away from playing the hits. Their first appearance at Rams Head On Stage in the mid-2000s was a surprise to many in the audience who had no idea the venue’s walls could hold in the thrashing sounds of Living Colour’s Corey Glover-voiced hits “Cult of Personality,” “Glamour Boys” and “Leave It Alone.”

Winners of multiple Grammy and MTV Video Music awards, Living Colour are pioneers of rock with a lineup made of mostly black musicians. The band managed to combine elements of hip hop, funk hard rock and even some glam rock into its repertoire of five studio albums.

The sixth studio offering from the band is “Shade,” scheduled for release in 2015. Living Colour canceled a chunk of their Fall 2014 tour to focus on finishing the album so expect “Shade” to really rock your earbuds.

“While we don’t want to disappoint our fans we need this time to finish recording the new album,” Reid told the band’s website. “We will be back in February with new material. We really appreciate our fans’ support and want to make the best record we can.”

Tickets for the Living Colour performance, at 8 p.m. February 10 at Rams Head On Stage, can be purchased by visiting or by calling 410-268-4545.

Jake Linger is a professional writer and music lover who lives in Anne Arundel County.

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