JUST ANNOUNCED: Rams Head Shows April 12th

Rams Head Live
Red w/ We As Human, Southboud Fury
5/26/2013, Doors 6 pm, Show 7 pm

The reigning American League Player of the Year’s favorite band, we are excited to bring Red back to Rams Head Live.

Pop Evil
5/30/2013, w/ Devour the Day, Guns Out At Sundown
Pop Evil has used muscle and sweat to put their musical vision into the hearts and minds of hard rock lovers worldwide. They return May 30th!

Railroad Earth
5/31/2013 Doors: 8 P.M., Show 9 P.M.

Railroad Earth can jam with the best of them, but they’re not a jam band. They’re bluegrass influenced, but they use drums and amplifiers (somewhat taboo in the bluegrass world). RRE bristles about being lumped into any one “scene.” Not out of animosity for any other artists: it’s just that they don’t find the labels very useful. According to fiddle player Tim Carbone, “We use unique acoustic instrumentation, but we’re definitely not a bluegrass band – so that doesn’t fit. And I think the term ‘jam band’ probably refers more to the fans than to the band. I think these fans just like live music.”

Weird Al Yankovic
6/5/2013 Doors: 7 P.M., Show 8 P.M.

“Weird Al” Yankovic, the undisputed king of pop culture parody, has sold more comedy recordings than any other artist in history. In a career spanning nearly three decades, he has amassed 30 Gold and Platinum albums, 7 Gold and Platinum-certified home videos and 3 Grammy Awards (with 11 nominations).

Say Anything w/ Eisley
6/16/2013 Doors: 6:o0 P.M., Show 7:00 P.M.

Say Anything has been making odd, unclassifiable indie rock music since they were 14 or 15 years old, playing strangely literate and loud rock, characterized by what one might imagine if Larry David fronted a Fugazi cover band with the members of Queen.

En Vogue
8/17/2013 Doors: 8:o0 P.M., Show 9:00 P.M.

The name En Vogue rings more than a bell. It invokes memories of a long line of red-hot R&B and pop smashes recorded in the 1990s. Songs like “Hold On,” “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It),” “Giving Him Something He Can Feel,” “Free Your Mind,” and “Whatta Man” featuring Salt-N-Pepa, are just a sampling of the mega hits made famous by the Pop/R&B super group.

Rams Head On Stage

The Chuck Brown All Star Go-Go Tribute Band

feat. Sugar Bear, Chuck Brown’s daughter KK, Scooby, Sweet Cherie, D Floyd & More!

Friday, May 17, 8pm

Celebrate the Godfather of Go-Go, one year after his loss, with the crankin’est band on the planet paying tribute to the man who started it all.  The Chuck Brown All Star Go-Go Tribute Band’s mission is to party and rock the house (YES there will be a DANCE FLOOR!!) for all who loved him and the music he created and the best of Go-Go.  Join the movement of keeping the Legacy of Chuck Brown with us always!

Josh Krajcik – From “The X-Factor”

Wednesday, June 19, 8pm

A soulful singer with a huge, often gravelly voice, Josh Krajcik is best known as the runner-up on season one of Fox’s reality singing competition The X Factor in 2011.

Gregg Allman

Wednesday, July 3, 8pm

As a founding member of still-active and thriving Allman Brothers Band and in his own storied solo career, Gregg Allman has long been a gifted natural interpreter of the blues, his soulful and distinctive voice one of the defining sounds in the history of American music.  Allman is a legendary performer who, more than 30 years down the road still loves making music as much as ever.

Rachael Yamagata w. Sanders Bohlke

Tuesday, July 9, 8pm

Rachael Yamagata has been called ‘the troubadour of heartbreak’ by the press and fans are drawn to her ability to ‘turn emotion into song’. She’s got the old soul singer songwriter essence that calls upon Todd Rundgren, Carole King, Joni Mitchell, The Carpenters and Elton John and sonically gravitates towards the darker stylings of Nick Cave, Tom Waits, P.J. Harvey and Danny Elfman.

Eric Brace & Peter Cooper w. Callaghan

Saturday, July 27, 8pm | $20

Touring partners/collaborators Eric Brace and Peter Cooper most recent project, the Grammy-nominated I Love: Tom T. Hall’s Songs of Fox Hollow, was featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered” and “Weekend Edition,” in USA Today and the Chicago Sun-Times, and was named a Top 5 Americana album by Rich Kienzle in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.  Produced by Brace and Cooper, the album features performances by Patty Griffin, Buddy Miller, Bobby Bare, Duane Eddy, Jim Lauderdale, Elizabeth Cook, as well as Brace, Cooper, and others.

On tour, Brace and Cooper’s shows are engaging and funny and reflect the pair’s easy camaraderie.  They can command the stage of a concert hall or festival with the same ease and intimate feel they bring to a coffeehouse.

Dan Navarro w. 2012 Rammie Award© winner  Bob Sima

Thursday, August 15, 8pm

As a songwriter for artists as diverse as Pat Benatar (the Grammy-nominated “We Belong”) , The Bangles, Jackson Browne, Keb’ Mo’, Dave Edmunds, The Tempatations, Dionne Warwick, Dutch superstar Marco Borsato,  The Triplets,  Austin outlaw legend Rusty Weir and many more…

Colin Hay The “Finding My Dance” Tour

Monday, October 7, 8pm

While his voice and visage are still familiar to millions from his tenure as front man, principal songwriter, and lead vocalist of pop sensations Men at Work (“Down Under, “”Overkill,” “Who Can It Be Now?”), the past twenty years have found him quietly yet tenaciously re-introducing himself to new generations of fans. It has been an organic process, building momentum through constant touring, and film and television exposure.

Gerald Albright

Thursday, October 17, 8pm

Beginning in the late ’80s, saxophone master Gerald Albright recorded numerous successful solo albums for Atlantic when he wasn’t busy assisting an impressive, and mammoth, roster of popular R&B artists. Born in South Central Los Angeles, the saxophonist idolized James Brown and took much influence from Maceo Parker and Cannonball Adderley.


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